Jane M. Bachynski

100 Queen Street, Ottawa, Ontario
Construction & Development, Criminal Law

Mark T. Houston

2400, 525 - 8th Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta
Civil Litigation, Construction & Development, Environmental Law, International Business Operations

Jeffrey A. Hand

1200-925 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia
Construction & Development, Consumer Protection, Insurance Litigation, Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice

John C. Goetz

850 - 2nd Street SW, Calgary, Alberta
Business Law, Construction & Development, Environmental Law, Natural Resources Regulations, Corporate Law

Nicolas Gagnon

1 place Ville-Marie, Montreal, Quebec
Bankruptcy, Civil Litigation, Construction & Development, Transportation Law

Richard F. Southcott

1959 Upper Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Admiralty & Maritime Law, Construction & Development, Environmental Law

Scott T. Williams

77 King St. W., 39th Fl., Toronto, Ontario
Business Law, Construction & Development, Consumer Protection, Constitutional Law & Civil Rights, Criminal Law, Elder Law, Education Law & Schools Regulations, Employment & Labor Law, Healthcare Law, Municipal Law & Regulations

Daniel J. Leduc

45 O'Connor Street, Ottawa, Ontario
Business Law, Civil Litigation, Construction & Development, Environmental Law

J. Andrew Fraser

1959 Upper Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Civil Litigation, Construction & Development, Employment & Labor Law, Personal Injury

Michael D. Briggs

421 7th Avenue, S.W., Calgary, Alberta
Civil Litigation, Class Action, Construction & Development, Consumer Protection, Corporate Law
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