Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Lawyers, Patent & Trade-mark Agents
Ottawa, Ontario OfficeView all offices
World Exchange Plaza, 100 Queen Street, Suite 1100
(City of Ottawa)
General Fax: 613.230.8842
IP Fax: 613.787.3558
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|Bankruptcy Law||Business Law|
|Civil Trial Practice||Commercial Law|
|Commercial Litigation||Construction Law|
|Corporate Law||Education Law|
|Environmental Law||Family Law|
|Government Contracts||Government Relations|
|Health Care Law||Immigration and Naturalization|
|Insurance Defense||Intellectual Property Law|
|International Business Law||International Trade Law|
|Labor and Employment Law||Mergers and Acquisitions|
|Nonprofit and Tax Exempt Organizations||Oil and Gas Law|
|Patent, Trademark, Copyright and Unfair Competition||Real Estate Law|
|Securities Law||Tax Law|
About this office:
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG), a pre-eminent full-service, Canadian law firm, is driven to help achieve the best possible results for all our clients. With more than 750 lawyers, intellectual property agents and other legal professionals in six offices, BLG provides corporate, litigation and intellectual property solutions to a wide range of clients nationally and internationally. And as a bilingual English-French firm, BLG excels under both the common and civil law systems in Canada.
Understanding your businesses and how legal changes affect you today and tomorrow is BLG's business. Like you, BLG believes that nothing less than achieving results through excellence will do. This commitment to service has resulted in the frequent recognition of many of our legal professionals at home and abroad.
In addition, BLG provides insight and clarity to regional, national and multinational corporations across a variety of business sectors. BLG is also proud to represent public institutions such as universities, governments and governmental agencies, and healthcare facilities, as well as private business, trade and charitable groups. The Firm also takes great pride in the communities in which its professionals and staff live and work. BLG supports a variety of activities by providing pro bono legal services, fundraising and volunteer programs, such as the BLG Reads to Kids Program.
For further information, visit blg.com.
Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Statement of Practice Summary:
Construction Law; Electricity Law; Entertainment Law; Environmental Law; Family Law; Fidelity and Surety; Finance; Financial Institution Regulation; Financial Restructuring; Franchise Distribution; Franchises and Franchising; Fraud; Government Relations; Health Care; Hospital Law; Information and Privacy; Information Technology; Insolvency; Insurance; Intellectual Property; Intellectual Property Litigation; Investment Management; Japan Trade; Labor (Labour) and Employment; Pensions; Sponsorship Law; Mergers and Acquisitions; Aboriginal Law; Advertising Law; Pacific Rim Trade; Appellate Practice; Public Law; Aviation Law; Banking Litigation; Biotechnology; Business Immigration; Capital Markets; China Trade; Class Actions; Climate Change; Securities Litigation; Commercial Leasing; Structured Finance; Taxation; Commercial Real Estate; Commercial Real Estate Finance; Commercial Litigation; Construction and Engineering; Corporate Commercial Law; Corporate Finance; Corporate Governance; Corporate Taxation; Derivatives; Directors and Officers Liability; Education Law; Employee Benefits; Estates; Expropriation Law; Forestry Law; Hospitality Law; Hotel and Resort Law; Lender Law; Marketing Law; Maritime Law; Municipal Law; Mining Law; Municipal Liability; Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations; Oil and Gas Law; Police Liability; Products Liability; Public-Private Partnerships; Regulatory Law; Securities; Tort Liability; Transportation; Unfair Competition; Wealth Planning; International Trade.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Update on Canadian Economic Sanctions against Russia
Vincent DeRose,Jennifer Radford, July 10, 2014
On March 17, 2014, the Canadian Government announced that it intended to impose economic sanctions against Russia. That same day, the Special Economic Measures (Russia) Regulations (the “Russian Regulations”) came into force.
Update on Canadian Economic Sanctions against Ukraine
Vincent DeRose,Jennifer Radford, July 10, 2014
On March 17, 2014, the Canadian Government announced that it intended to impose economic sanctions against Ukraine through the Special Economic Measures (Ukraine) Regulations (the “Ukraine Regulations”). The Ukraine Regulations impose an asset freeze on a list of designated persons.
Claim Seeking Punitive and Exemplary Damages Denied as Part of Section 8 Proceeding
Adrian J. Howard,Beverley Moore,Chantal Saunders,Ryan Steeves, June 18, 2014
This is a case relating to the drug Viagra. This was an appeal from an order of the Federal Court which dismissed an appeal from an order of a Prothonotary. The Prothonotary had struck portions of Teva’s Statement of Claim seeking punitive and exemplary damages, as well as quantification of...
Clients come from around the world and include a wide range of commercial enterprises from major multinationals to emerging leaders. As well, BLG acts for public sector clients including governments from the municipal to national level.
Languages: Besides an overall bilingual English-French capacity, BLG offers services in Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish and Italian, among others.