Vivien Milat

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Vivien brings innovation and extensive expertise to the prosecution of document-intensive cases and management of e-discovery projects. He strategically and efficiently utilizes technology to advance his clients’ cases and build captivating case narratives.

Vivien’s primary focus is on complex litigation involving large sets of documents and on e-discovery. 

Vivien creatively and effectively leverages document review platforms to distinguish the key elements of any case and decipher the information required to build clear and compelling case narratives. His patience, attention to detail and capacity to retain and refine vast amounts of technical information make Vivien a vital asset throughout the litigation process. He helps advance matters by investigating case details, preparing court materials, interviewing and preparing witnesses, reviewing transcripts, and analyzing critical information for trial.

Vivien’s expertise extends to all stages of the e-discovery process. First, he assists his clients with complying with their document production obligations, including selecting the most appropriate and cost-effective tools, negotiating discovery plans, overseeing document collection, devising efficient review strategies and managing teams of document reviewers as necessary. Second, he is heavily involved with the review of other parties’ productions to ensure all required materials have been disclosed and are effectively integrated into the case. Vivien has also acted as an independent lawyer conducting privilege reviews.

Prior to joining LOLG, Vivien worked in the legal publishing industry and with a leading outsourced document review provider. He completed clerkships at the Superior Court of Justice and the Federal Court.


  • Called to the Ontario Bar, 2009
  • Clerkships: Judges of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and Justice Harrington of the Federal Court
  • J.D., University of Toronto Faculty of Law, 2008
  • B.A. (with Honours) in Economics, Queen’s University, 2005
  • B.A. in Political Studies, Queen’s University, 2004
  • Fluent in French
  • University of Toronto Faculty of Law, won prizes for academic excellence and in contract law