Best Lawyers in Canada 2016
Author(s): Alan A. Farrer, Darcy R. Merkur, David R. Neill, David A. Payne, George Karahotzitis, Jeffrey J. Wilker, L. Craig Brown, Leonard H. Kunka, Patrick D. Schmidt, Sloan H. Mandel, Wendy Moore Mandel
August 24, 2015
Published annually by Best Lawyers®, The Best Lawyers in Canada is one of the country’s most highly regarded legal directories. Inclusion is based on an exhaustive peer-review survey and a thorough authentication process.
We are proud to announce that the following 14 lawyers from Thomson Rogers were selected for inclusion in the 10th Edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada:
Roger T. Beaman (2006) – Real Estate Law
L. Craig Brown (2010) – Personal Injury Litigation
Alan A. Farrer (2013) – Corporate and Commercial Litigation
Richard C. Halpern (2010) – Personal Injury Litigation
George Karahotzitis (2015) – Family Law
Leonard H. Kunka (2010) – Personal Injury Litigation
Sloan H. Mandel (2010) – Personal Injury Litigation
Wendy Moore Mandel (2012) – Personal Injury Litigation
Darcy R. Merkur (2013) – Personal Injury Litigation
David R. Neill (2010) – Personal Injury Litigation
David A. Payne (*) – Personal Injury Litigation
Patrick D. Schmidt (2006) – Family Law
David R. Tenszen (2010) – Personal Injury Litigation
Jeffrey J. Wilker (2013) – Real Estate Law
(Year) First year the lawyer was listed.
(*) Lawyers who are listed for the first time in Best Lawyers.
About Thomson Rogers
Since 1935, Thomson Rogers has garnered a reputation for taking on the most complex and challenging litigation matters and delivering results. We are intensely driven to help our clients by creating innovative solutions.
When Thomson Rogers takes your case, you will be represented by some of the best lawyers in Toronto.
If you have been injured in a car accident in Ontario, speak with one of our PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS who specialize in severe catastrophic injuries such as quadriplegia, paraplegia, brain damage or brain injury, and amputations. We will advise you about your legal rights and eligibility for accident benefits.