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Bull Housser is a Vancouver-based law firm with a 125-year history of handling projects and transactions in areas that are key to Canada’s economic growth. Ranked as one of the leading Western Canadian regional law firms by Canadian Lawyer magazine, Bull Housser’s lawyers and alumni have played an integral role in the development of BC’s economy and its legal system. With a team of more than 115 lawyers, patent and trade-mark agents and paralegals, we provide leading legal services to Canadian and international corporations, financial institutions, governments, First Nations, emerging businesses and private individuals.


Bull Housser has experience and capability in all major practice areas, and in industry sectors of traditional and continuing importance to West Coast business, such as forestry, mining, infrastructure, energy, technology, banking, maritime and real estate. Our experience in the successful development of complex projects is unparalleled in British Columbia. Our practice depth and professional experience gives us the ability to lead commercial transactions of multi-jurisdictional and interdisciplinary complexity and the skills required to advance and defend our clients’ interest in the most complex domestic and international litigation.


We represent clients throughout Canada and around the world. Our lawyers are called to the Bar across Canada including Alberta, Ontario, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, the Yukon Territory, as well as the US and England & Wales. In addition to the considerable expertise of our own lawyers, we have access to some of the best law firms in North America and the rest of the world. We have the benefit of excellent relationships with top-quality firms in other cities throughout Canada and are able to draw on their expertise where appropriate. Bull Housser is also a member of SCG Legal, a network of more than 145 leading law firms located throughout the US, Canada and abroad. Through our working relationships and associations we have been able to find the best specialists to address our clients’ concerns in other jurisdictions while ensuring that our clients’ needs are met in a cost-effective manner and to the same standard of service that they expect from us.


At Bull Housser, we value people and relationships above all else. Our relationships with our clients are grounded in a solid understanding of their businesses, issues and objectives. We are committed to building long-term relationships with our clients. Our attention to client service sets us apart. Our approach is focused on meeting client objectives in a timely and cost-effective manner. We have a proven ability in efficiently managing both commercial transactions and complex litigation. We apply the highest professional standards to the smallest detail to ensure we complete transactions and deliver service on schedule and meet or exceed client expectations. On any matter, a core team works closely with specialists to provide an integrated approach to problem solving. An essential part of our client relationships is understanding our clients’ businesses and keeping them informed of new developments in the law that could have a significant impact on their affairs.


As your source for integrated legal advice, Bull Housser has extensive experience in many relevant and inter-dependent areas of law.

Aboriginal Law Labour & Employment
Local Government
Business Law Maritime
Charities & Tax Exempt Organizations Mining
Dispute Resolution & Litigation
Professional Liability
Engineering & Construction
Project Finance
Public Law
Public-Private Partnerships (P3)
Health Care
Real Estate
Information & Privacy
Insolvency & Restructuring
Intellectual Property
Wealth Preservation
Internet Law

If you would like further information on the firm and its services, please visit our website at www.bht.com

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