Canada: Chambers Canada 2016 Results – Technology Law
Last Updated: October 8 2015

On October 2, 2015, the inaugural edition of the Chambers Canada Guide was launched (in previous years, Canada was part of the Global Guide). Once again, McCarthy Tétrault LLP is the highest ranking technology law firm in Canada (Band 1). McCarthy's is the only firm in Canada with four lawyers ranked Band 2 or higher.

Chambers has recognized a number of our lawyers as leading practitioners in the areas of Information Technology, Telecommunications & Broadcasting, Intellectual Property and Data Protection. These leading practitioners and Chambers commentary are as follows:

Information Technology (Band 1)

Telecommunications & Broadcasting (Band 1)

Intellectual Property (Band 2)

Data Protection – Spotlight Table

Barry Sookman is one of only seven Canadian practitioners to be recognized as leaders in the field of data protection.

The recognition affirms McCarthy Tétrault LLP's leading expertise and innovative approach in these areas. Congratulations to the team and a big thank you to our clients for providing us with so many opportunities to demonstrate our expertise and assist you with your complex and strategically important technology law mandates!

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