Stockwoods named one of Canada’s Top Ten Litigation Boutiques

Stockwoods LLP is honoured to be named by Canadian Lawyer magazine as one of the ten leading litigation boutique firms nationwide. Canadian Lawyer describes the firm as follows:

“The firm’s founder David Stockwood died in 2008, almost three decades after starting out alone in 1979. The Toronto-based firm is now home to a stable of 18 lawyers led by litigator Paul Le Vay. “David left a legacy of excellence in litigation that has permeated through in the partners who remain,” says one Bay Street lawyer who refers work to the firm, which has a focus on civil, regulatory, and criminal litigation. It boasts an impressive client list that includes RBC Dominion Securities, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp., and the Ontario Racing Commission. The firm also successfully defended the law firm Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP on a motion for summary judgment in Bruno Appliance v. Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP.”

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