Fifteen Stewart McKelvey lawyers named Best Lawyers® 2016 “Lawyer of the Year”

Fifteen lawyers have been listed as “Lawyer of the Year” by Best Lawyers® 2016. This designation is given to a single lawyer in each practice and metropolitan area.

The Best Lawyers 2016 “Lawyer of the Year” list is as follows:

Geoffrey Connolly, QC, P.Eng – Real Estate Law
Paul Festeryga – Tax Law
Robert Grant, QC – Bet-the-Company Litigation
Brian Johnston, QC – Labour and Employment Law
Paul Kiley – Corporate Law
Charles LeBlond, QC – Personal Injury Litigation
Robert MacKeigan, QC – Insolvency and Financial Restructuring Law
Allison McCarthy – Banking and Finance Law
Kenneth McCullogh, QC – Construction Law
John McFarlane, QC – Banking and Finance Law
David Miller, QC – Insurance Law
Charles Reagh – Corporate Law
Mick Ryan, QC – Director and Officer Liability Practice
Paul Smith – Corporate Law
James Travers, QC – Banking and Finance Law

In addition, 92 Stewart McKelvey lawyers were included in the 10th edition of the Best Lawyers in Canada©.

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