International mergers, evolving client needs, arrival of international heavyweights and the drop of oil and gas prices are transforming the Canadian legal landscape. From Toronto to Montréal, legal actors of leading established law firms to boutique law firms have to find the right chemistry to survive and differentiate themselves from newer faces in the industry. Global is the new game. We pursue this metamorphosis with its Canadian leaders.
Following a series of mergers within the legal market in 2015 and early 2016, Canada is now witnessing a new wave of consolidation and transformation both geographically and economically. Increased Private Equity activity has also resulted in higher...
With more than half of their Canadian offices led by female Managing Partners, it’s clear that inclusion and diversity are of paramount importance at Gowling WLG. Montreal Managing PartnerJoëlle Boisvert explains the reasons for such a strategy.
Managing Partner of Gowlings, Peter Lukasiewicz speaks to Leaders League about the merger between the Canada based firm Gowlings and British based firm Wragge Lawrence Graham (WLG).
William Ainley, senior partner of Davies Ward Philipps & Vineberg, one of the largest law firm in Canada analyze the law legal market in Canada for Leaders League
François Guay is analyzing intellectual property key trends in the following years.