Mr. Frazer is a partner and head of the pensions and benefits practice at Torys LLP. His practice emphasizes all aspects of pension and benefits matters, including ongoing pension plan administration, compliance and investment issues, surplus withdrawal, contribution holidays, payment of administrative expenses, pension plan windups and pension solvency funding issues, and nonpension and postretirement benefits issues. Mr. Frazer also provides pension, benefits and employment expertise in the context of corporate transactions. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and a former adjunct professor at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University. Mr. Frazer is a member of the board of trustees of the Ontario Science Centre, a member of the North York General Hospital Foundation board of directors, the immediate past president of the University of Western Ontario Law Alumni Association and a co-chair of The Learning Partnership's Annual Tribute Dinner. He is the immediate past chair of the Ontario Bar Association Pension and Benefits Section, vice chair of the Canadian Bar Association Pension and Benefits Section, a member of the International Pension and Employee Benefits Lawyers Association's Steering Committee, and chair of The Association of Canadian Pension Management's Advocacy and Government Relations Committee. Mr. Frazer publishes and speaks regularly on pension and benefits issues. He was named in Chambers & Partners' Chambers Global: World's Leading Lawyers for Business, The Client's Guide as a leading practitioner in pension and benefits law and in Woodward White's Best Lawyers in Canada as a leading lawyer in employee benefits law. In 2008, Mr. Frazer was named by Lexpert Magazine as one of Canada's leading lawyers under 40 and in 2010 was named by Precedent Magazine as one of its inaugural Precedent Setter award winners.
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