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Founded in the 1920s, Gardiner Roberts LLP has grown to become a strategically placed full-service law firm advising clients ranging from leading global enterprises through to small and medium-sized companies, business start-ups and entrepreneurs. We are counsel to many municipalities, government entities and to clients appearing before courts, agencies and boards.

We offer strong industry expertise to lenders and investors, high tech businesses, health care professionals and providers.

We provide support and advice in most areas of the law including:

  • Business and Corporate Commercial
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • Employment and Labour
  • Energy Law
  • Financial Services
  • Health Law
  • Insolvency and Restructuring
  • Intellectual Property
  • Litigation and Dispute Resolution
  • Municipal and Land Use Planning
  • Non-Profit and Charities
  • Securities and Corporate Finance
  • Tax and Estate Planning
  • Technology

As a firm comprised of 65 lawyers, Gardiner Roberts LLP combines the efficiency and economies of scale of a larger firm with the intimacy and personal attention of a smaller firm. We deliver the broad expertise and comprehensive resources that our clients require and the commitment to exceptional client service we expect of ourselves.


22 Adelaide St W, Suite 3600, Bay Adelaide Ctr, East Twr
Toronto, ON, Canada, M5H 4E3
Phone: (416) 865-6600
Fax: (416) 865-6636

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