Fillmore Riley recognized as the Manitoba Litigation Firm of the Year by Benchmark Canada.
Fillmore Riley is pleased to announce that we have been recognized as the Manitoba Litigation Firm of the Year by Benchmark Canada.
Benchmark Canada is a guide to Canada’s leading litigation firms and lawyers. The guide results are the culmination of a four-month research period that allows researchers to conduct extensive interviews with litigators and their client.
During these interviews, Benchmark Canada examines recent casework handled by the firms and asks sources to offer their professional opinions on litigators practising within their province or practice area(s) across the country.
“We are honoured to be recognized,” said Bernice Bowley, the chair of Litigation at Fillmore Riley LLP. “Due to our litigation’s team’s capacity, Fillmore Riley is retained for some of the most substantive and complex litigation in Manitoba.”
In addition to being recognized as Manitoba Litigation Firm of the Year for 2016, 12 Fillmore Riley lawyers have been recognized as “Litigation Stars” and “Future Stars” by Benchmark Canada.
The following lawyers have been listed:
General Commercial and Insolvency
Fillmore Riley’s large litigation department provides particular depth and expertise in insurance law. The insurance group works in all areas of property, casualty, and specialty insurance lines. The firm represents most of Canada’s major national insurers, a variety of international insurers, and many large programs. It also represents a number of brokers, agents, and adjusting firms involved in the insurance industry.
The firm has represented its clients before all levels of court and at tribunals and inquiries. Fillmore Riley is a founding member of the Risk Management Counsel of Canada (RMC). RMC is a national association of independent law firms who work together to handle multi- jurisdictional insurance law matters. With extensive trial and appellate advocacy experience, the firm has been instrumental in developing court rules to expedite the litigation process.