DLA Piper (Canada) LLP and nine of its practitioners have been recognized in the 2021 edition of Chambers Global. Each year Chambers identifies the best law firms and lawyers around the world through a rigorous independent research process which includes thousands of independent peer and client interviews.
Congratulations to the following lawyers who have been recognized as leaders in their fields for their depth of experience and the exceptional market and client feedback received:
Ian Bendell - Project Finance (Canada); Projects: PPP & Infrastructure (Canada)
"His technical abilities are exemplary, as are his negotiating skills."
Andrew Burton - Projects: PPP & Infrastructure (Canada)
“He gets to grip with the brief and always tries to understand the issues.”
Lana Finney - Environment (Canada)
"She has a great way of walking us through issues and answering questions in a patient, confidence-building manner."
Edmond Lamek - Restructuring/Insolvency (Canada)
"Very technically proficient and practical."
Elizabeth Mayer - Projects: PPP & Infrastructure (Canada)
"Really strong lawyer on very complex files."
Bruce Stratton - Intellectual Property: Litigation (Canada)
“A well-respected and experienced intellectual property expert.”
Heather Treacy, Q.C. - Aboriginal Law (Canada)
“Heralded by sources as a very good litigator."
Brian Tsuji - Immigration (Canada)
“Sources appreciate [Brian] for his attention to detail and clear communication style.”
Kevin Wright - Competition/Antitrust: Litigators (Canada)
"Adept at dealing with complex issues, with a ‘good network’ of connections in Canada.”
The global guide has also recognized our firm's excellence in Aboriginal Law, Intellectual Property: Litigation and Projects: PPP & Infrastructure.