Dylan J. Cox


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Practice Profile

Dylan Cox is an associate at Theall Group LLP and maintains a broad commercial litigation practice. He has argued motions and trials in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and before arbitral tribunals. He has also developed significant corporate law experience, particularly in the automotive sector.

Prior to joining Theall Group LLP, Dylan articled at a prominent litigation boutique in downtown Toronto. During his articles, Dylan worked on commercial litigation, appellate, class actions and insurance law files.

Dylan graduated from the University of Toronto, where he received the Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP Prize for the highest standing in Business Organizations. As a law student, Dylan acted as the co-Editor-in-Chief of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review and worked as a research assistant in the area of securities regulation. Dylan has acted as a peer mentor and volunteered for Law Help Ontario’s Civil Litigation Project, the John Howard Society and the University of Toronto’s community legal clinic, Downtown Legal Services.

Dylan is conversant in French.

University of Toronto Faculty of Law – Juris Doctor, 2015

Carleton University – Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management, 2012 (Senate Medal for Academic Excellence, Dean’s List – Highest Honours)

Academic Achievement
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP Prize for the highest standing in Business Organizations.


Recent Representative Cases

 Wescom Solutions Inc. v. Sam Yip et al (2020 ONSC 5845)



Professional Involvement
Dylan is a member of the Canadian Bar Association and the Advocates Society.

Dylan J. Cox “Novel Case on Data Exclusion Interpreted in Favour of Insureds” (Published on Mondaq, but also with the International Law Office and The Lawyer’s Daily)


Dylan J. Cox “That’s Cold: Insurer Ordered to Defend Claims Made Against Cold Storage Provider” (Published on Mondaq, but also with the Canadian Journal of Insurance Law)


Dylan J. Cox “Insurance for Business Interruption resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic: what your policy may cover” (Published on Mondaq, but also with the International Law Office)


Dylan J. Cox, “Court Of Appeal Dramatically Restricts Application Of “Delay” Exclusion In E&O Policy”, (London: Mondaq, 2016)


Dylan J. Cox, “Failure To Take Assignment From Insured Could Bar Broker’s Claim”, (London: Mondaq, 2017)


Dylan J. Cox, “Ontario judge allows insured to amend claim to include additional policies and new heads of damages after expiry of limitation period”, (London: Mondaq, 2018)


He assists with updates to the annually updated loose-leaf text, Product Liability: Canadian Law and Practice (Canada Law Book)