Gowlings, a leading full-service law firm, is pleased to announce the admission of 16 new partners to its firm-wide partnership. The new partners span Gowlings' Canadian and international offices, and possess a wide range of expertise across business law, litigation and intellectual property law.
"We pride ourselves on having the top talent at Gowlings," said Scott Jolliffe, Gowlings chair and CEO. "Our new partners are exemplars of the outstanding depth of experience and expertise we offer across Canada and internationally. They are also highly attuned to what our clients expect from their external counsel - trusted legal advisers who consistently deliver exceptional service, value and results."
The 16 new partners are:
Brent Arnold - Commercial Litigation, Toronto
Pierre-Luc Beauchesne - Commercial Litigation, Montréal
Rob Blackstein - Corporate Finance and M&A, Toronto
David Brennan - Capital Markets, London, U.K.
Scott Foster - Intellectual Property, Vancouver
Patrick Glaude - Employment & Labour, Montréal
Frank Lamie - Restructuring & Insolvency/Defence, Security & Aerospace, Toronto
Suzie Lanthier - Commercial Litigation, Montréal
Stacy Madar - Commercial Litigation, Montréal
Maxine Mongeon - Corporate Finance, M&A and Securities, Calgary
Ben Nuttall - Financial Services, Calgary
Stephanie Pearce - Procurement, Ottawa
Matthew Sherrard - Aboriginal Law, Montréal
Frank Sur - Corporate Finance and M&A, Calgary
Jonathan Van Netten - Civil Litigation, Vancouver
Pam Vermeersch - Business Law, Hamilton
Gowlings is a leading full-service law firm, with over 700 legal professionals serving clients in 10 offices across Canada and internationally, in London, Moscow and Beijing. Whether your needs relate to business law, high-stakes litigation or intellectual property matters, we provide a full range of legal services to meet your unique needs and rise to any challenge that comes your way.