Thirteen BD&P litigation lawyers ranked in Benchmark Canada 2020

Congratulations to the thirteen litigation lawyers who have been recognized in Benchmark Canada, the Guide to Canada’s Leading Litigation Firms and Attorneys, three of whom have been ranked for the first time.

Benchmark Litigation Stars

Barry Crump in the areas of Commercial, Insurance, Securities and Tax

David LeGeyt in the area of Restructuring and Insolvency

Daniel McDonald Q.C. in the areas of Energy and Natural Resources, Commercial and Securities

Douglas McGillivray Q.C. in the areas of Energy and Natural Resources, Commercial, Insurance and Securities

Douglas Mills in the areas of Arbitration, Energy and Natural Resources and Commercial

Louise Novinger Grant Q.C. in the area of Arbitration, Commercial and Energy

Jeffrey Sharpe in the areas of Construction, Energy and Securities

Richard Steele in the areas of Energy and Natural Resources, Commercial and Labour and Employment

Benchmark Litigation Future Stars

Craig Alcock

Andrew Sunter

David de Groot

Robert Martz

Trevor McDonald

The group has again been ranked as a ‘highly recommended’ in Alberta, and our newly-ranked lawyers this year are Louise Novinger Grant, Craig Alcock and Robert Martz.

In the editorial this year our clients report:

“They have been instrumental in providing strategic advice and services as have built my business, which is multi-national... I have worked on mineral/land disputes, construction disputes, aviation opinions and corporate acquisitions and they have done a great job in all areas.”

Now in its twelfth year, Benchmark Canada recognizes the very best dispute resolution and litigation lawyers in Canada, ranking them for their case record, peer review and personal client feedback. The full analysis can be read here.

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