Miller Thomson earned a top “Band 1” ranking for two practice areas in the 2019 Chambers Canada Guide.
Our Charities and Not-For-Profit group is regarded as being “leaders in the charitable sector,” and praised for their ability to “help find solutions in complex situations.” Our Agribusiness group – with sole position in Band 1 – is noted for “the depth of knowledge they have about agriculture.” They are also described as “consistently excellent due to the relentless and diligent pursuit of facts and industry information.”
The following lawyers were recognized as leading practitioners in their field:
- Catherine Bate, Advertising & Marketing
- Danielle Bush, Gaming & Licensing
- Bryan Buttigieg, Environment
- John Doolan, Aboriginal
- Hugh R. Dyer, Employment & Labour
- Tamara Farber, Environment
- Mark R. Frederick, Insurance: Dispute Resolution
- David Gerecke, Corporate/Commercial
- Sandra Gogal, Aboriginal
- Jeff Grubb, Litigation: General Commercial
- Robert Hayhoe, Charities/Non-profits
- William Kenny, Construction; Litigation: General Commercial
- Susan Manwaring, Charities/Non-profits
- F Paul Morrison, Dispute Resolution: Class Action (Defence); Litigation: General Commercial
- James G. Rumball, Capital Markets: Securitisation
- John Tidball, Environment
- Louis-Michel Tremblay, Construction
- Rick Van Beselaere, Corporate/Commercial
- Lawrence Wilder, REITs
Andrew Valentine is also identified as an Up and Coming Lawyer in the Charities/Non-profits field, and Sheena Owens is identified as an Up and Coming Lawyer in Employment & Labour.
Chambers Canada provides an in-depth analysis of the Canadian legal market, recommending law firms and lawyers in over 40 specialist practice areas. Rankings are based on client feedback, peer interviews and an assessment of recent work highlights.