Eleven Cavalluzzo Lawyers Recognized in Best Lawyers 2022 Edition

Cavalluzzo LLP also been named “Law Firm of the Year”

26 August 2021
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We are very pleased to announce that eleven Cavalluzzo LLP lawyers have been recognized in the 2022 Edition of Best Lawyers for their demonstrated excellence in the legal profession. “Lawyer of the Year” is awarded to lawyers with the highest peer feedback for a specific practice area and geographic region. Below is a breakdown of recognition:

Philip Abbink for Administrative and Public Law and Labour and Employment Law

Jeffrey Andrew for Labour and Employment Law

David Bloom for Labour and Employment Law

Janet Borowy for Labour and Employment Law

Paul J.J. Cavalluzzo for Administrative and Public Law, Appellate Practice, and Labour and Employment Law

Cynthia Crysler for Employee Benefits Law

Bernie Hanson for Labour and Employment Law

Kate A. Hughes for Labour and Employment Law

Stephen Moreau for Labour and Employment Law

Adrienne Telford for Aboriginal Law, Administrative and Public Law, and Labour and Employment Law

Sheilagh Turkington for Labour and Employment Law

Cavalluzzo LLP has also been named the 2022 “Law Firm of the Year” for expertise in Labour and Employment Law. The “Law Firm of the Year” awards firms for their work in a specific legal practice nationwide. It is determined by a number of factors, which includes the firm’s reputation as an expert in this area.

Congratulations to all lawyers and firms recognized!

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