Hartlee Zucker has a general commercial litigation practice, with a focus on class actions and product liability litigation. Hartlee has also been involved in various complex commercial disputes, including litigation involving real estate, environmental contamination, and fraud. She has appeared before various courts across the province.
Hartlee regularly writes on a variety of legal topics, and has published articles and blog posts in the areas of class actions, environmental litigation, and partnership law, among others.
Hartlee is also involved in various pro bono projects, including volunteering as duty counsel at Small Claims Court for Pro Bono Law Ontario, and working with Innocence Canada.
Prior to joining Bennett Jones as an associate, Hartlee summered and articled with the firm. While articling, Hartlee was seconded to the Enforcement branch of the Ontario Securities Commission.
During law school, Hartlee was a Senior Editor of the Osgoode Hall Law Journal, and a researcher for the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History. Her research contributed to the publishing of a text titled The Court of Appeal for Ontario: Defining the Right of Appeal in Canada, 1792-2013.