Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS Law) has again been recognized by Lexpert®, The Business Magazine for Lawyers.
The following thirteen TDS lawyers have been recognized by Lexpert® as leaders in their respective areas:
Richard H.G. Adams (Property Development), Robert J.M. Adkins (Aboriginal Law, Property Development), Donald G. Douglas (Insolvency and Financial Restructuring), Robin M. Kersey (Employment Law and Labour Relations), Jeffrey Kowall (Mining), Gordon A. McKinnon (Litigation – Commercial Insurance, Personal Injury), E. William Olson, Q.C. (Litigation – Corporate Commercial), Chrys Pappas, Q.C. (Property Development), Sacha R. Paul (Aboriginal Law), William Percy (Aboriginal Law), James A. Ripley (Banking and Financial Institutions, Corporate Commercial and Property Development), John D. Stefaniuk (Environmental and Property Development) and Gregory J. Tallon (Corporate Commercial, Corporate Finance & Securities, Corporate Mid-Market and Property and Development).
Published since 1997, the annual Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory is the most comprehensive guide to legal talent in Canada. It identifies leading lawyers across Canada in 64 practice areas. It has become the resource of choice for Canadian corporate counsel and Canadian law firms as well as for U.S. corporate counsel and law firms in need of Canadian legal expertise.
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