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Dec. 19, 2014: Gowlings lawyers named among Canada’s top litigators
Three Gowlings partners have been recognized among the country’s top litigators by Lexpert magazine in its guide to Canada’s Leading Litigation Lawyers, published in the December edition of Report on Business magazine.
Dec. 15, 2014: Gowlings adds two partners to Waterloo Region office
Gowlings is pleased to welcome Neil Henderson and Ken Hanbidge as partners in its Waterloo Region office.
Henderson joins the firm’s Intellectual Property Group, while Hanbidge joins the Real Estate and Urban Development Group. Both...
Dec. 12, 2014: Gowlings ranked Tier 1 in Russia for IP by Pravo.Ru
Gowlings, through its Moscow office, has been recognized as a tier-one intellectual property law firm in Russia in the 2014 edition of Pravo.Ru, one of the country’s most prestigious legal directories.
Published annually by the Russian...
Dec. 10, 2014: Help make a difference: Tell us what the holidays mean to you
This holiday season, Gowlings wants to know: what do the holidays mean to you?
Join the fun!
Visit us at gowlings.com/holidays and...
Dec. 9, 2014: Who’s Who Legal recognizes Gowlings as one of Russia’s top IP firms
In Who’s Who Legal’s Russia Special Report, Gowlings was recognized as a leading “specialist” law firm with five Moscow professionals listed for their expertise in intellectual property.
Described in the guide as “one...