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Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP is pleased to announce that 8 lawyers have been included in the 2019 Edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers™ has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence.

Best Lawyers 2019
Clockwise from top left: Janice Payne, Jim Anstey, John Lundrigan, Peter Cronyn, Chris Rootham, Sean McGee, Brian Hebert and Allan O’Brien.

Best Lawyers™ has published their list for over three decades, earning the respect of the profession, the media, and the public as the most reliable, unbiased source of legal referrals. Its first international list was published in 2006 and since then has grown to provide lists in over 75 countries.

Lawyers on The Best Lawyers in Canada list are divided by geographic region and practice areas. They are reviewed by their peers on the basis of professional expertise, and undergo an authentication process to make sure they are in current practice and in good standing.

Special congratulations to first-time Best Lawyer inductees, Jim Anstey, John Lundrigan, and Christopher Rootham. Peter Cronyn, Sean McGee, Janice Payne and Allan O’Brien have all been selected for The Best Lawyers in Canada for ten years in a row.

The firm also received a Top-Listed Award for Labour and Employment Law in Ottawa for the 6th year in a row.

Here is the list of our lawyers featured in the 13th Edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada, and their respective fields:

Jim Anstey (First-time recipient)
Labour and Employment Law

Peter Cronyn (Ten-year recipient)
Corporate and Commercial Litigation, Insurance Law and Personal Injury Litigation

 Brian Hebert (Recipient since 2018)
Real Estate Law

John Lundrigan (First-time recipient)
Personal Injury Litigation

Sean McGee (Ten-year recipient)
Labour and Employment Law

Allan O’Brien (Ten-year recipient)
Corporate and Commercial Litigation, Labour and Employment Law, and Legal Malpractice Law

Janice Payne (Ten-year recipient)
Labour and Employment Law

Christopher Rootham (First-time recipient)
Labour and Employment Law

Congratulations 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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