Bennett Jones LLP
Toronto, Ontario OfficeView all offices
3400 One First Canadian Place, P.O. Box 130
(City of Toronto)
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|Administrative Law||Antitrust Law|
|Aviation Law||Banking Law|
|Bankruptcy Law||Business Law|
|Class Actions||Commercial Law|
|Commercial Litigation||Constitutional Law|
|Construction Law||Corporate Law|
|Creditors Rights||Employment Benefits Law|
|Energy Law||Environmental Law|
|Franchise Law||Health Care Law|
|Intellectual Property Law||International Business Law|
|International Trade Law||Labor and Employment Law|
|Medical Malpractice||Mergers and Acquisitions|
|Natural Resources Law||Occupational Safety and Health|
|Oil and Gas Law||Patent, Trademark, Copyright and Unfair Competition|
|Pension and Profit Sharing||Public Utilities Law|
|Real Estate Law||Securities Law|
|Tax Law||Telecommunications Law|
|Trademark, Copyright, and Unfair Competition||Trusts and Estates, Wills and Probate|
|White Collar Crime||Workers Compensation|
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About this office:
Located in the financial centre of Canada, the Toronto office of Bennett Jones is recognized both for its leadership position in high end transactional work, and for its rapid rate of growth. With just 29 lawyers in 2000, the office has more than 140 lawyers today, mostly the result of a steady stream of high-profile partners attracted from other firms to the Bennett Jones culture. According to The Globe and Mail, "Bennett Jones is a major player on Bay Street."
Statement of Practice Summary:
Corporate Law; Commercial Law; Climate Change; Emissions Trading; Bankruptcy; Business Reorganization; Public Policy; Public Infrastructure Projects; Energy; Natural Resources; Taxation; Litigation; International Trade; Investments; Mergers And Acquisitions; Banking Law; Finance; Securities; Real Estate; Estate Planning; Health Care; Antitrust; Competition; Regulatory Law; Intellectual Property.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Any Amendment Must be in Writing, Signed by the Parties
Jonathan G. Bell,Preet K. Bell,Richard B. Swan, June 21, 2016
The English Court of Appeal recently held that an express clause in a contract requiring that any amendment be in writing and signed by the parties does not preclude oral or unsigned amendments to the contract. In holding that an oral amendment could be effective notwithstanding an “anti-oral...
Ontario Encourages Gender Diversity Targets for Boards
Harinder S. Basra,Juliamai L. Giffen,Adrienne Moore,William S. Osler, June 21, 2016
The Ontario Government has announced a target that women comprise at least 40 percent of appointments to provincial boards and agencies by 2019 and is encouraging businesses to set gender diversity targets for their boards of directors.
Cyber-Security and the Rise of the Vigilante Hacker
Ruth E. Promislow,Lauren R. Shneer, June 16, 2016
In the world of cyber hacks and leaks, there are two general categories of players: the fraudsters who steal data in order to obtain a profit, and the “hacktivists” who expose data, purportedly for the greater good.
Year Established: 2012
Languages: Arabic, Cantonese, Czech, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Punjabi, Spanish and Vietnamese.
All Partners and Associates are Members of the Law Society of Alberta and the Calgary and Canadian Bar Associations.