Monday June 18, 2012

BOYNECLARKE LLP Partners included in 2012 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory

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Halifax, Nova Scotia:  BOYNECLARKE LLP, one of Atlantic Canada’s largest law firms, is pleased to announce that Partners Thomas O. Boyne, Q.C., David G. Coles, Q.C. and Christene H. Hirschfeld, Q.C. have been included in the 2012 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory.

Being included in the Directory is an acknowledgement of excellence by a practitioner’s own peers and colleagues. The value and prestige attached to being a “Lexpert®- ranked” lawyer can be no better indicated than the high level of participation in the Lexpert® Surveys.  This year, the overall national response rate from law firm practitioners exceeded 80 per cent.

Thomas O. Boyne, Q.C. practices in the areas of Commercial Real Estate Development, Business Law, and Bankruptcy & Insolvency. David G. Coles, Q.C. practices in the areas of Business Litigation, Civil Litigation, Estate Litigation, Media Law, and Construction Law.  David is presently the Chair of the firm’s Commercial Litigation section. Christene H. Hirschfield, Q.C.’s practice focuses on Business, Entertainment and Intellectual Property Law.

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