It was with great pride that Gowlings accepted the award for
Intellectual Property Firm of the Year at the first-annual
Benchmark Canada Awards gala on February 5th.
The gala was held at the Park Hyatt in Toronto, honouring the best
of the many esteemed litigation practices listed in the guide's
The Canadian edition of Benchmark Litigation –
Benchmark Canada has recognized the merits of 25 Gowlings
lawyers across 18 practice areas. The individual litigators who
received this acknowledgment demonstrated a particular acumen in an
area of practice and are recognized leaders in their respective
provinces. As a firm,Gowlings came highly recommended in the
province of Ontario.
Benchmark Canada is a publication dedicated to covering
corporate litigation trends, firms and practitioners across Canada.
The 2013 edition is Benchmark Canada's second year in
print. The rankings and awards shortlists are assessed by both firm
submissions and peer reviews conducted during interviews with
Canadian litigators over a four-month period.
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