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Nine Nelligan O’Brien Payne partners have been listed in the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada!

Best Lawyers is the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession, and a listing is regarded as a significant honour.

Special congratulations to first-time Best Lawyer inductees, Pam MacEachern (Family Law) and Brian Hebert (Real Estate Law).

Here is the list of Nelligan O’Brien Payne lawyers featured in the 12th Edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada, and their respective fields:

 

  Dougald Brown (Recipient since 2008)

Aboriginal Law, Labour and Employment Law

 

 

 

Peter Cronyn  Peter Cronyn (Recipient since 2006)

Corporate and Commercial Litigation, Insurance Law and Personal Injury Litigation

 

 

 

Brian Hebert

  Brian Hebert (First-time recipient)

Real Estate Law

 

 

 

Pam MacEachern  Pam MacEachern (First-time recipient)

Family Law

 

 

 

Sean McGee  Sean McGee (Recipient since 2006)

Labour and Employment Law

 

 

 

John Nelligan  John Nelligan

Corporate and Commercial Litigation, Labour and Employment Law, Legal   Malpractice Law, Personal Injury Litigation, and Product Liability Law

 

 

Allan O'Brien  Allan O’Brien

Corporate and Commercial Litigation, Labour and Employment Law, and Legal   Malpractice Law

 

 

Janice Payne

  Janice Payne

Labour and Employment Law

 

 

 

Steve Waller

  Steve Waller

Labour and Employment Law

 

 

 

Congratulations go to these outstanding lawyers.

This content is not intended to provide legal advice or opinion as neither can be given without reference to specific events and situations. © 2021 Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP.

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