Torys’ leading lawyers recognized at the 2021 Chambers Canada Awards and in the 2022 Chambers Canada guide
Torys’ leading lawyers continue to be celebrated at the Chambers Canada Awards and achieve top rankings in the Chambers Canada guide.
We are proud to announce that partner and chair of our Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice Linda Plumpton has been named Litigator of the Year at the 2021 Chambers Canada Awards, demonstrating her outstanding knowledge in competition litigation, class action defence, corporate/commercial disputes and securities litigation.
In addition, we are delighted to share that partner and chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property and Food and Drug Regulatory practice Eileen McMahon has been recognized in the 2022 edition of Chambers Canada as the only Star Individual in the category of Life Sciences: Regulatory/Compliance. This achievement is a testimony to her reputation as one of Canada's foremost life sciences lawyers and go-to professional by many major pharmaceutical companies.
Recognizing the firm’s exceptional strength and high caliber service offerings both regionally and nationally, 11 Torys practice groups also received Band 1 rankings in the following areas:
Banking & Finance: Financial Services Regulation
Corporate/Commercial: The Elite (Ontario)
Dispute Resolution: Class Actions (Defence)
Insurance: Transactional & Regulatory
Investment Funds: Fund Formation
Litigation General/Commercial: Ontario
Private Equity: Buyouts & Venture Capital Investment
In addition, partner David Steele is ranked in Band 1 for Private Wealth Law in Canada in Chambers’ High Net Worth Guide.
A full list of Torys’ recognized lawyers is below.
The Chambers Canada Awards reflect a law firm’s pre-eminence in key practice areas. They also reflect notable achievements over the past 12 months including outstanding work, impressive strategic growth and excellence in client service.
Chambers Canada rankings are based on comprehensive research of lawyers and law firms practicing nationwide. The annual guide recommends individuals and firms from more than 49 specialist practice areas. You can learn more about the methodology process and find additional details for this guide on the Chambers and Partners website.