Craig's background includes turns as both a private practitioner and general counsel for a group of private companies operating in Canada and the United States.
Craig brings both a practical and strategic perspective to the wide range of business law matters that engage him in his role as a principal with Ingenuity. His background includes turns as both a private practitioner and general counsel for a group of private companies operating in Canada and the United States. He has accumulated a breadth of experience in a range of professional pursuits, including planning and guiding a group of transportation, leasing and waste-management companies through a period of change; and working with various corporate clients on complex debt financings and restructurings.
Craig was a founding member of a boutique association of independent legal counsel; a business law partner at a major Bay Street firm; and a principal with his own practice.
Called to the Ontario Bar in 1997, Craig received a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Toronto (1983), a Master of Development Economics from Dalhousie University (1990) and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Toronto Law School (1995), where he was the recipient of the Canada Law Book Competition Law Prize. Craig also has a certification as a CSA-certified Greenhouse Gas Inventory Quantifier (2012), the first accreditation in North America to assess professionals in this specialized field.
Prior to his legal career, Craig worked for the Ontario government as an economist and a manager of policy and program development for labour market programs. In his free time, he enjoys skiing, sailing and motorcycling.