The
Lexpert Guide to the Leading US/Canada Cross-Border Litigation Lawyers in Canada (the Lexpert US/Canada Cross-Border Guide – Litigation) profiles peer-ranked lawyers in the following practice areas: Competition/Antitrust Law, Insolvency and Financial Restructuring, Corporate Commercial, Securities, Intellectual Property, Corporate Tax, Defamation and Media, Product Liability and Class Actions as well as International Commercial Arbitration, Class Actions, and International Trade Regulation. 

In addition to information on Lexpert-ranked lawyers, the Lexpert US/Canada Cross-Border Guide – Litigation also identifies “Litigation Lawyers to Watch” – winners and finalists in the previous year’s Lexpert Rising Stars: Leading Lawyers Under 40 Awards.  A select list of Expert Witnesses is included in the publication as well.

The publication also features journalist and law-firm authored articles geared to keeping attorneys and in-house counsel in the US informed of relevant business litigation issues in Canada.

  • Nov 18, 2016
    Several recent Canadian decisions clarify issues around admissibility of expert evidence, perceived conflict of interest and whether counsel can review draft reports prior to trial
  • Nov 18, 2016
    A door to preemption may be opening in Canada. And while multi-jurisdictional product-liability class actions remain uncertain, the mass tort movement has found increasing favor.
  • Nov 18, 2016
    Each Canadian province has its own class-action statute, which means US clients may still face five or six overlapping class actions, each one bogged down by interlocutory motions and appeals.
  • Nov 18, 2016
    Cross-border recognition proceedings have become a staple for the insolvency Bar.North of the border, meanwhile, a controversial ruling has taken pressure off distressed energy developers.