Litigator Lincoln Caylor specializes in complex cross-border financial crime disputes, including asset-recovery litigation, investigations, enforcement actions in prominent, high-value financial frauds and complex litigation arising from international arbitrations.
Market commentators for Who’s Who Legal: Litigation 2017 say he "is one of Canada's best litigation lawyers and 'a big name for complex investigations.'"
Caylor recently detailed to CBC News’ Follow the Money how ill-gotten gains from criminal activity have flowed through Canada.
Lauded by Who’s Who Legal: Canada 2017 as Canada’s No. 1 "Most Highly Regarded Individual" in asset recovery, he often spearheads multijurisdictional proceedings on behalf of victims of economic crimes to locate and obtain redress.
Caylor serves as a governor and vice-chairman of Upper Canada College and chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Barrow Foundation, which provides scholarships to boys attending Upper Canada College. He served a two-year term, as a member of the Investor Advisory Panel to the Ontario Securities Commission.
In 2012, Caylor was presented with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his contributions to Canada.