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Harper Grey named as Leading Firm in the area of General Commercial Litigation in British Columbia by Chambers Canada 2022

September 9, 2021

We are pleased to announce that Harper Grey has been named as a leading firm in British Columbia in the area of general commercial litigation by Chambers Canada 2022.

“We are pleased and honoured that Chambers Canada has recognized our commitment to excellence in serving our clients,” says commercial litigation group Co-Chair, John Sullivan. “Our lawyers respect our clients’ need to negotiate an early agreement or go all the way to trial and beyond,” adds Co-Chair Roselle Wu.

Read more about our commercial litigation group and their specific expertise here.

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