Malcolm practices commercial litigation and has appeared at all levels of court in British Columbia and at the Federal Court of Canada. He carries on a general litigation practice with a particular interest in appeals, contract and partnership disputes, real estate litigation, class action defence and environmental contaminated sites litigation. In addition, Malcolm has acted on a number of cases involving claims of fraud and breach of fiduciary duties. Malcolm also regularly acts for franchisors and franchisees in franchise disputes.
Since opening the firm in 2017, Malcolm has been counsel on eight trials, spanning over 130 trial days in the BC Supreme Court and has successfully concluded a number of appeals at the BC Court of Appeal. Malcolm also has extensive experience negotiating out of court settlement agreements and proceeding to trial on a summary basis.
Prior to founding Bojm, Funt & Gibbons LLP, Malcolm worked at Nathanson, Schachter & Thompson LLP, a boutique commercial litigation firm and as an associate and articling student in the Vancouver office of Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP, a national law firm.
Malcolm is an adjunct professor at the UBC Faculty of Law where he teaches Topics in Private Law: Advanced Contract Law (Law432) to upper-year students.