Clayton maintains a broad civil and commercial litigation practice. He has assisted with matters before all levels of court in British Columbia. He has also published articles in the areas of employment law and private international law.
Clayton joined the firm in 2017 after articling at a national law firm and acting as a judicial law clerk for five justices of the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Clayton graduated with a J.D. from the University of British Columbia in 2015. While at law school, Clayton received the Dean’s J.D. Entrance Scholarship, the UBC Law Scholarship, the UBC Law Foundation Scholarship, and the Panvini Scholarship in Law. He also participated in the Innocence Project, where he had an opportunity to investigate claims of wrongful conviction.
Outside of the office, Clayton enjoys attending local sporting events, concerts, and craft breweries.
- Significant Cases
Co-counsel in a successful application to stay complex claims in breach of contract, conspiracy and misappropriation of confidential information that were brought in both British Columbia and Missouri on the basis that Missouri was the more appropriate forum to deal with the dispute: Quanta Services, Inc. v. Rokstad Power Corporation, 2017 BCSC 1858;