Bull, Housser & Tupper LLP Vancouver, British Columbia Office Profile
|Bull, Housser & Tupper LLP |
|1800 - 510 West Georgia Street|
|Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
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About this office:
Bull, Housser & Tupper LLP is a British Columbia-based law firm known for the quality and commitment of its people, service excellence to both new and long-standing clients, superior performance and the ability to adapt to a fast-paced marketplace.
With more than 100 lawyers practising in all aspects of business law, a proven track record and status as one of the largest premier firms in British Columbia, Bull, Housser & Tupper offers its clients the breadth and depth of experience that comes with being a leader in the Canadian legal industry. Founded in 1890, we are highly respected for the key role we have played in the development of British Columbia. Our firm has served the people and organizations who have shaped our province into what it is today: one of the most desirable places to live and work in North America and among the continent's most dynamic economic sectors.
Bull, Housser & Tupper has experience and capability in all major practice areas, including those of traditional and continuing importance to West Coast business, such as forestry, mining, banking, shipping, taxation, litigation, labour relations and real estate. Bull, Housser & Tupper has also led the way in developing leading-edge expertise in emerging practice areas central to the economy of the new West, such as Asia/Pacific, film and television, competition and international trade, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, high technology and intellectual property. Our practice depth and professional experience gives us the ability to lead commercial transactions of multi-jurisdictional and interdisciplinary complexity and the skills required to advance and defend our clients' interests in the most complex domestic and international litigation.
Admiralty Law; Maritime Law; Bankruptcy; Insolvency; Business Law; Charities Law; Not-for-Profit Organizations; Class Actions; Commercial Law; General Litigation; Competition; Corporate Finance; Banking Law; Energy; Infrastructure; Engineering; Construction Law; Entertainment Law; Environmental Law; First Nations Law; Forestry Law; Franchising; Gaming Law; Health Care; Immigration Law; Insurance Litigation; Intellectual Property; International Trade; Labour and Employment; Local Government Law; Mining Law; Pension Plans; Professional Liability; Public-Private Partnerships (P3); Real Estate; Securities; Tax Law; Technology Law; Transportation; Wills; Trusts and Estates.
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