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Seventy-Eight Fasken lawyers recognized in Who’s Who Legal: Canada 2018

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Toronto (Canada) – The 2018 edition of Who’s Who Legal: Canada features 78 Fasken lawyers and highlights 24 of the Firm’s practice areas across the country.

Out of the 78 lawyers listed, that’s 6 more than last year, five were recognized as “Thought Leaders” which includes: John Beardwood (Data and Global Elite), Michael Bourassa (Global Elite), John Grieve, QC (Restructuring), Kibben Jackson (Restructuring) and John Torrey (Global Elite). Tony Di Domenico is also recognized as a “Future Leader”.

The guide reflects the market-leading reputation the Firm has in Canada: excelling in various practice areas and showcasing the breadth of expertise offered to clients.

A full review of the Firm’s rankings can be found here.

About Who’s Who Legal

Who’s Who Legal features over 17,000 of the world’s leading private practice lawyers from over 180 countries and regions. It serves as a reference point for companies looking for expert lawyers. All award recipients were chosen based upon comprehensive, independent research with both general counsel and private practice lawyers worldwide. Only specialists who have met independent international research criteria are listed.

About Fasken

Fasken is a leading international law firm with more than 700 lawyers and 10 offices on four continents. Clients rely on us for practical, innovative and cost-effective legal services. We solve the most complex business and litigation challenges, providing exceptional value and putting clients at the centre of all we do. For additional information, please visit the Firm’s website at fasken.com.

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