April 30, 2021

Harper Grey Recognized as a Top Tier Firm in BC for Litigation and Dispute Resolution by Benchmark Canada® 2021

We are excited to announce that Harper Grey has received a top tier ranking by Benchmark Canada® 2021 for the ninth consecutive year.

Benchmark’s highest accolade, “Highly Recommended” is only given to those leading law firms held as dominant in their jurisdiction and we are proud to have been recognized as “Highly Recommended” in the areas of litigation and dispute resolution in British Columbia.

Read the complete analysis here.

About Benchmark

Benchmark Canada® is a publication dedicated to covering litigation trends, firms and practitioners across Canada. Their various rankings and awards result from the culmination of a four-month research period where researchers conduct extensive interviews with litigators and their clients to identify the leading litigators and firms across the country. During these interviews, researchers examine recent casework handled by law firms and ask individual litigators to offer their professional opinions on peers. Firms cannot pay to be recommended by Benchmark. Learn more about Benchmark and their methodology here.

Harper Grey Litigation and Dispute Resolution

The breadth of Harper Grey’s litigation and dispute resolution practice is unsurpassed by any other firm in the province. We have been involved in some of the province’s, and country’s most complex, high-profile and significant litigation over many years. We have an exceptional reputation and many of our lawyers are considered among the top practitioners in their areas of expertise. Our size and diversity of litigation experience allow us to represent a broad spectrum of clients including private individuals, large institutional organizations, emerging businesses and mature companies. Our clients have the security of having some of the most adept litigators in the province working on their behalf and have trusted us with the privilege of representing them in some of the most ground-breaking cases in the country.