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Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP

Offices

  1. Canada

    1. Calgary AB

      421 7th Avenue Southwest, Suite 1600, Calgary AB T2P 4K9, Canada T 1 403 298 1000 F 1 403 263 9193
    2. Hamilton ON

      1 Main Street West, Hamilton ON L8P 4Z5, Canada T 1 905 540 8208 F 1 905 528 5833
    3. Kanata ON

      555 Legget Drive, Tower B, Suite 740, Kanata ON K2K 2X3, Canada T 1 613 591 1229 F 1 613 591 0249
    4. Kitchener ON

      Suite 1020, 50 Queen Street North, Kitchener ON N2H 6M2, Canada T 1 519 576 6910 F 1 519 576 6030
    5. Montreal QC

      37th Floor, 1 Place Ville Marie, Montreal QC H3B 3P4, Canada T 1 514 878 9641 F 1 514 878 1450
    6. Ottawa ON

      Suite 2600, 160 Elgin Street, Ottawa ON K1P 1C3, Canada T 1 613 233 1781 F 1 613 563 9869
    7. Toronto ON

      1 First Canadian Place, Suite 1600 100 King Street West, Toronto ON M5X 1G5, Canada T 1 416 862 7525 F 1 416 862 7661
    8. Vancouver BC

      Suite 2300 550 Burrard Street, Bentall 5, Vancouver BC V6C 2B5, Canada T 1 604 683 6498 F 1 604 683 3558
  2. England

    1. London (125 Old Broad Street, 15th Floor) Gowlings (UK) LLP

      125 Old Broad Street, 15th Floor, London EC2N 1AR, England T 44 20 3004 3500 F 44 20 7920 9417
    2. London (15th Floor)

      15th Floor, 125 Old Broad Street, London EC2N 1AR, England T 44 20 3004 3500 F 44 20 7920 9417
  3. Russia

    1. Moscow Gowlings International Inc

      11 Gogolevsky Boulevard, Moscow 119019, Russia T 7 495 787 2070 F 7 495 787 2071
  1. Law Society tells lawyers: stop snitching

    Canada - December 11 2014

    Let’s say you’re retained by a nice young couple whose home has been impacted by a spill at the gas station next door. Is it unethical to send a

  2. Applications for leave to appeal dismissed - 4 December 2014

    Canada - December 4 2014

    The applicant was charged with fraud and with use of a forged document. These offences arose when the applicant deposited a forged cheque for $105

  3. Canada updates its comprehensive land claims policy for the first time in three decades

    Canada - December 8 2014

    For the first time in almost 30 years, the Government of Canada is renewing its comprehensive land claims policy. Released in September of this year

  4. The reign of the royalty company

    Canada - December 4 2014

    In the last few years, while mining companies have been hit with hard times, large-cap royalty companies are thriving and smaller cap royalty

  5. What comes down the pipe: knowledge of a product's purpose founds basis of liability against manufacturer and distributor

    Canada - December 6 2014

    In a recent case from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Gordon. J considered a product liability action against both a distributor and

  1. Ontario's proposed anti-SLAPP legislation: what can we expect?

    Canada - December 18 2014

    On Dec. 1, Ontario’s proposed anti-SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation) legislation passed a first reading in the legislature. With

  2. Applications for leave to appeal dismissed- 18 December

    Canada - December 18 2014

    On appeal from the judgment of the Court of Appeal for British Columbia pronounced August 5, 2014. The applicant and several other people attacked

  3. Applications for leave to appeal granted- 18 December

    Canada - December 18 2014

    On appeal from the judgment of the Court of Appeal for Quebec pronounced May 15, 2014. The respondent pleaded guilty to two counts of impaired

  4. Legislative developments privacy rights in the digital age

    Canada - December 18 2014

    Bill C-13, the Protecting Canadians from Online Crime Act and Bill S-4, the Digital Privacy Act, although different in scope, bothaddress privacy

  5. $7,500 in damages awarded for intrusion upon seclusion

    Canada - December 18 2014

    In McIntosh v Legal Aid Ontario, Superior Court Justice Cornell awarded the plaintiff damages of $7,500 after finding a breach under the relatively