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April/May 2020

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Page 22 of 43 21 MINDEN GROSS LLP BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS 145 King Street West, Suite 2200 Toronto, ON M5H 4G2 p. 416.362.3711 f. 416.864.9223 @MindenGross Ranked one of Ontario's Top 10 Regional Law Firms, as selected by the readers of Canadian Lawyer magazine Dedicated to outstanding client service, responsiveness, and client satisfaction. Now there's a combination that's hard to top. idential real estate to become a business law firm with specialized groups focusing on com- mercial litigation, which includes construction, employment, insurance defence, estate litiga- tion and insolvency; business law; commercial real estate and leasing and wills, estates and trust. In 2013, the firm moved to custom-de- signed space to accommodate its growth and expanding use of technology and, in 2018, it added two by-appointment-only workspaces in downtown Toronto and Vaughan, Ont. Pallett Valo is the largest law firm in Peel Region and has expanded its reach outside of the GTA to become a truly regional firm. 3. WeirFoulds LLP TOTAL LAWYERS: 105 OFFICE: Toronto Core practice areas: litigation; corporate; property; government law; international Key clients: public and private corporations; governments, public authorities and agencies; entrepreneurs; national firms seeking regional representation; non-profit and public interest organizations and individuals Notable mandates: acted for Harte Gold Corp. in its US$70-million debt financing package with Sprott Private Resource Lending (collector), L.P. and Appian Natural Resources Fund to fully fund the construction of the Sugar Zone Project; acted as co-counsel for Trillium Motor World Ltd., the class representative for 181 former General Motors dealers, in the highly publicized Trillium Motor World Ltd. v. General Motors of Canada Ltd. and Trillium Motor World Ltd. v. Cassels

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