Size of Organization: 215
Year Established: 1892Web Site: http://www.davis.ca
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Established in Vancouver in 1892, Davis LLP is a leading full-service law firm providing a comprehensive range of legal services to clients around the world through our offices across Canada and in Japan. We have more than 215 lawyers working in integrated practice groups that focus on the highest levels of specialization. We add value to our clients' enterprises by helping them achieve their business objectives and resolve their business problems quickly and effectively.
As a comprehensive, full-service national law firm, Davis is strong in all of the traditional areas of legal practice, and also offers clients the knowledge base of our broad array of innovative practice groups and integrated specialties. Across the firm, our lawyers continuously cultivate commercial and government relationships to facilitate the conduct of business and identify new business opportunities for our clients.
Specialized practice areas include Litigation, Advocacy, Aboriginal, Japan, Competition, China and Southeast Asia, Health, and Intellectual Property Law. Together with our Toronto and Montréal offices, our Vancouver office is one of the leading providers of legal expertise on large infrastructure projects and project financing, including public-private partnerships.
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Key Components of the BC Government’s LNG Tax and Emissions Framework
Timothy G. Duholke,Michael J. Styczen, November 17, 2014
From British Columbia’s spring budget, to the provincially-sponsored LNG conference in May, and throughout the summer, the message from LNG producers to the BC government has been consistent: in order to allow LNG projects proposed for the BC coast to proceed, the province needs to implement...
Notification Requirements May Be Coming to British Columbia
Tamara L. Hunter, November 17, 2014
Currently, British Columbia’s Personal Information Protection Act (“PIPA”) does not contain a specific obligation for organizations to notify either the Information and Privacy Commissioner’s office (“OIPC”) or affected individuals in the event of an information...
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