Lexpert publishes US Cross-border Guide to the Leading Litigation Lawyers in Canada


Lexpert has just published the US Cross-border Guide to the Leading Litigation Lawyers in Canada.

This Guide includes valuable information on Lexpert® peer-ranked lawyers, as well as journalist and law-firm written feature articles that keep American attorneys and in-house counsel current on critical legal issues.

It is distributed to more than 15,000 US senior in-house counsel and 10,000 lawyers in major US markets.

The topics of the articles in this year’s Guide include:

  1. Canada’s Appeal for Class Actions: Canada is increasingly seen as the jurisdiction of choice for cross-border class actions
  2. A Shift in Competition Enforcement: The Competition Bureau has changed its approach and this is getting positive reviews from the business community in Canada
  3. Big Changes in Trademark Law: Upcoming amendments to theTrade-marks Act will mean significant changes, and uncertainty, for businesses operating in Canada
  4. A Divergence in Securities Enforcement: Canadian securities regulators have diverged from their US counterparts in recent initiatives
  5. Ontario’s Courts Trending Toward Limiting International Class Actions by Margaret L. Waddell, Paliare Roland Rosenberg Rothstein LLP
  6. Another Sea Change for Global Litigation in Canadian Courts: Indirect Purchasers receive Green Light For AntiTrust Class Actions from the Supreme Court of Canada by H. Scott Fairley, Nikiforos Iatrou and Bronwyn Roe, weirfoulds LLP
  7. The Role of the Monitor and Its Impact on US Restructuringsby Denis Ferland and Christian Lachance, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP