Norton Rose Fulbright “Law Firm of the Year” in the area of Class Action Litigation

Recognition August 22, 2016

Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has been recognised by Best Lawyers in Canada as “Law Firm of the Year” in the practice area of class action litigation.

Twelve partners have also been named “Lawyer of the Year” in their respective practice areas after earning the highest number of votes within their geographic legal markets and specialty areas:

  • Chantal Arsenault - immigration law, Montreal
  • Pierre Bienvenu, Ad. E. - international arbitration, Montreal
  • Richard P. Borden - banking and finance law, Calgary
  • Claude Brunet - entertainment law, Montreal
  • Pierre Cimon, Ad. E. - construction law, Quebec City
  • Don Davies - energy regulatory law, Calgary
  • Eric Hardy - corporate and commercial litigation, Quebec City
  • Kevin E. Johnson – securities law, Calgary
  • Anne L. Kirker, Q.C - corporate and commercial litigation, Calgary
  • Serge Levy - asset-based lending practice, Montreal
  • Martin Rochette – employee benefits law, Montreal
  • Richard A. Wagner - public procurement law, Ottawa

Charles Hurdon, managing partner, Canada commented:

“While the best validation of the quality of our lawyers is the confidence our clients place in us, it is still gratifying that so many of our lawyers are so highly respected by their peers. This accolade is particularly significant as only a single lawyer in each area is honoured as “Lawyer of the Year”. Congratulations to all involved.”

In addition, 127 Norton Rose Fulbright lawyers have been ranked in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in Canada across 46 areas of practice, totalling 247 individual listings and 57 lawyers earning recognition in multiple categories. Norton Rose Fulbright’s ranked lawyers are from all five Canadian offices and from across all six of our key industry sectors.