Canadian Lawyer Magazine has, in 2019, again ranked Lerners LLP among its top 10 Regional Law Firms:
"7. Lerners LLP
Total Lawyers: 121
Core practice areas: commercial litigation; business law; health law; insurance defence; professional regulation; plaintiff and defence class actions; appellate advocacy; plaintiff personal injury; family law; real estate
Key clients: Lawyers Professional Indemnity Company; Canadian Medical Protective Association; Frank Cowan Insurance; CPA Professional Liability Plan; Deloitte; Chubb Insurance; General Motors; Volkswagen
Notable mandates: Groia v. Law Society of Upper Canada; Town of Oakville v. Clublink; The Brick Warehouse LP v. Chubb Insurance Company of Canada; Martin v. Barrie (City); 495793 Ontario Ltd. (Central Auto Parts) v. Barclay; lead defence counsel on national class proceedings in General Motors Class Action regarding ignition switch, EPS, antifreeze and Takata air bags; Moore v. Getahun; lead defence counsel on national class proceedings in Volkswagen TDI class actions; Wynne v. Hudak et. al.
Firm history: Lerners was established in 1929 by Mayer Lerner. His brother Samuel Lerner joined the firm in 1939 and together they built Lerner & Lerner. Since that time, the firm has progressively grown to more than 120 lawyers and 400 support staff. Now known as Lerners LLP, the firm is celebrating its 90th anniversary of providing formidable legal expertise in many areas of practice, with a particular strength in all areas of litigation and dispute resolution.
Star alumni: Nathalie Des Rosiers, Liberal MPP for Ottawa-Vanier; former Superior Court justices John Kennedy and Thomas Granger; Ontario Superior Court justices Jasmine Akbarali, Ian Leach, Margaret McSorley, Mary Anne Sanderson and Michael Varpio; Ontario Court of Appeal Justice Bradley Miller; David Shore, television writer for NYPD Blue, Family Law , Due South and creator of House, Battle Creek, Sneaky Pete and The Good Doctor; Bryce Rudyk, former senior legal adviser to Alliance of Small Island States in United Nations negotiations relating to climate change treaties and current climate program director of the Guarini Center on Environmental, Energy and Land Use Law of the New York University School of Law; Amy Archer, policy advisor to the Office of the Prime Minister of Canada
“Excellent work and good values.”
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