Kim E. Stoll, Partner
Areas of Practice
Kim has been a partner since 2007. Kim’s practice includes a specialty in transportation law focusing primarily in marine and trucking including freight forwarding and logistics, cargo losses, products liability, casualty, loss transfer and transportation-related personal injury litigation and mediation. She also has years of experience in litigation, mediation and adjustment of property casualty matters.
Kim has conducted trials in both the Ontario Superior Court and the Federal Court of Canada. She was called to the Ontario Bar in 1988 and received her law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto.
Kim has extensive mediation experience and is also an active mediator with Bluestone ADR serving all of Ontario. She holds her Certificate in ADR and Advanced ADR from the University of Windsor.
Kim is listed in Best Lawyers (2016 -2018) for Maritime Law and is listed in The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory (2016-2018) as Consistently Recommended for Transportation (Rail and Road). She is listed by Who’s Who Legal: Shipping (2017, 2018) as a Leader in the Field.
Kim is a Past President of the Canadian Transport Lawyers Association (2012). She is Vice President - Central Region of the Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association (2017-2018).
Activities, Memberships and Affiliations
Kim regularly organizes and speaks at conferences, conducts seminars and writes articles in the areas of her expertise, which publications include The Transportation Lawyer. She had been Chair of or Contributor to various CLE planning committees of industry conferences including the Marine & Energy Symposium of the Americas (MESA), Canadian Transport Lawyers Association and the Transportation Lawyers Association.
Kim is a member of The Canadian Transport Lawyers Association, The Transportation Lawyers Association, Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association, Canadian Maritime Law Association, The Canadian Board of Marine Underwriters, Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association, The Toronto Transportation Club, The Marine Club, the Association of Average Adjusters, the Marine Recovery Forum, the Advocates Society and the Defence Research Institute.
Distinctions, Memberships and Activities