Caroline Biron

2000 McGill College Avenue, Montreal, Quebec
514-982-6628
Aboriginal Law, Bankruptcy, Business Law, Civil Litigation, Class Action, Construction & Development, Intellectual Property, Professional Malpractice, Defamation & Libel, Corporate Law

Gregory D. Hersen

151 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario
416-777-5400
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Contracts, Construction & Development, Criminal Law, Real Estate Law

David Sherriff-Scott

100 Queen Street, Ottawa, Ontario
613-787-3527
Business Law, Civil Litigation, Appellate Practice, Class Action, Construction & Development, Consumer Protection, International Business Operations, Defamation & Libel, Securities Litigation

Earl D. Cormier

50 Joseph Zatzman Dr., Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
902-468-5630 Ext: 248
Civil Litigation, Construction & Development, Insurance Litigation

John G. Murphy

1000 de La Gauchetière Street West, Montreal, Quebec
514-954-3155
Business Law, Construction & Development, Consumer Protection, Criminal Law

Robert J. McKinnon

850 - 2nd Street SW, Calgary, Alberta
403-268-7191
Business Law, Construction & Development, Real Estate Law

Marie Cossette

925 Grande-Allée Ouest, Quebec, Quebec
418-266-3073
Administrative Law, Civil Litigation, Class Action, Construction & Development, Consumer Protection, Professional Malpractice

Claude Morency

1 Place Ville-Marie, Montreal, Quebec
514-878-8870
Administrative Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Civil Litigation, Construction & Development, Environmental Law

Karen S. Thompson

2900-595 Burrard Street, Vancouver, British Columbia
604-691-7580
Administrative Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Construction & Development, Family Law, Wills & Probate

Denise L. Bambrough

Scotia Plaza, 40 King Street West, Toronto, Ontario
416-367-6008
Construction & Development, Criminal Law, Healthcare Law, Municipal Law & Regulations
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