Miller Thomson receives highest ranking in Chambers Canada 2022 guide

September 10, 2021 | Louis Amato-Gauci, John Batzel, Peter T. Bergbusch, Bryan J. Buttigieg, John Doolan, Jonathan F. Dyck, Hugh R. Dyer, Tamara Farber, Mark R. Frederick, Lisa Goodfellow, Jeff N. Grubb, Scott J. Hammel, Kelly Harris, Robert B. Hayhoe, M. Elena Hoffstein, Eric F.W. Johnson, William J. Kenny, Kevin W. Keyes, Glen Lekach, Kyla E. M. Mahar, Susan M. Manwaring, Troy McEachren, F. Paul Morrison, Dezarae Senft, Louis-Michel Tremblay, Andrew Valentine, Rick Van Beselaere, Lawrence D. Wilder, Jill W. Wilkie | Calgary, Edmonton, Waterloo Region, London, Markham (Administration Office), Montréal, Regina, Saskatoon, Toronto, Vancouver, Vaughan

Miller Thomson has once again received top rankings in the 2022 edition of Chambers Canada.

“Band 1” rankings were awarded for two practice areas, Charities/Non-profits & Agribusiness: Agriculture & Food Products, joining the firm’s Private Client Services practice which achieved the same status in Chambers High Net Worth Guide for Private Wealth Law – Canada reported in early July (learn more about this recognition).

Our Charities and Not-For-Profit group is regarded as being “always open to exploring new solutions to address the continued advancement of [our clients’] mission”. Our Agribusiness group is commended for being“very responsive to client needs and deadlines,” as well as “extremely knowledgeable on food and regulatory issues.

Miller Thomson also ranked as a leading Canadian law firm in:

We are proud to recognize Robert Hayhoe, Charities/Non-profits and Susan Manwaring, Charities/Non-profits, who received Band 1 rankings for their respective areas of practice, as well as the following lawyers who were noted by Chambers as leading practitioners in their field of law:

  • Louis Amato-Gauci, Transportation: Rail & Road
  • John Batzel, Employment & Labour (Alberta)
  • Peter Bergbusch, Litigation: General Commercial (Saskatchewan)
  • Bryan Buttigieg, Environment
  • John Doolan, Aboriginal
  • Jonathan Dyck, Media & Entertainment
  • Hugh R. Dyer, Employment & Labour (Ontario)
  • Tamara Farber, Environment
  • Mark R. Frederick, Insurance: Dispute Resolution
  • Lisa Goodfellow, Employment & Labour (Ontario)
  • Jeff Grubb QC, Litigation: General Commercial (Saskatchewan)
  • Scott Hammel, Construction
  • Elena Hoffstein, Charities/Non-profits
  • Eric Johnson, Corporate/Commercial (Saskatchewan)
  • Kevin Keyes, Real Estate
  • Glen Lekach, Corporate/Commercial (Saskatchewan)
  • Kyla Mahar, Restructuring/Insolvency
  • Troy McEachren, Charities/Non-profits
  • F Paul Morrison, Dispute Resolution: Class Action (Defence); Litigation: General Commercial (Ontario)
  • Louis-Michel Tremblay, Construction
  • Andrew Valentine, Charities/Non-profits
  • Rick Van Beselaere, Corporate/Commercial (Saskatchewan)
  • Lawrence Wilder, REITs
  • Jill Wilkie, Employment & Labour (Alberta)

Kelly Harris (Advertising & Marketing) and Dezarae Senft (Corporate/Commercial) are identified as Up and Coming Lawyers in their fields, and William Kenny QC is identified as a Senior Statesperson.

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.

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