TDS recognized as one of Canada’s Best Law Firms of 2023

published 11/15/2022

Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS) has been listed as one of Canada’s Best Law Firms of 2023 by the Globe and Mail. The Globe and Mail partnered with Statista to determine which law firms in Canada are held in the highest esteem by their colleagues, and the results reflect the 200 firms that received the highest number of recommendations from others across 29 service areas.

Almost 25,000 lawyers as well as in-house lawyers and legal executives working in legal departments of a company across Canada were actively invited to take part in the survey and Statista recorded more than 10,000 recommendations for the law firms in the different fields of law.

TDS' areas of distinction include:

Construction
Corporate & Commercial
Dispute Resolution (Litigation, Arbitration & Investigations)
Insurance
Labour & Employment

Click here to view the full listing: Best Law Firms in Canada

 


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