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Business involves taking risks. Your choice of litigation and dispute resolution lawyers should not.
At Dentons, our lawyers draw upon their extensive experience, trusted judgment and insight to develop a customized strategy—always with your specific business objectives at top of mind. Together, we tackle challenges efficiently and effectively so that you can move ahead.
Our dispute resolution lawyers employ the most appropriate tools and strategies for each stage of the process and each unique situation. Whether through timely use of innovative alternative dispute resolution techniques or skillful and persuasive advocacy in the courtroom, you can count on our lawyers to maximize your prospects for a successful outcome. We also work with you to assess and manage your risks in relation to the legal costs of the dispute and to seek to minimize the likelihood of future litigation.
Whether your dispute has strategic, reputational or financial importance and whatever the subject matter, your success is our priority.
Dentons Canada LLP congratulates our six lawyers named “Canada’s Leading Litigation Lawyers” by Lexpert, in their special edition on litigation appearing in The Globe and Mail's Report on Business magazine in December 2013. Read more
The 2013 edition of Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business recognizes 32 Dentons practices and 82 lawyers. Recognition for the Firm includes "excellent at representing their clients;" "top-notch firm, very good results with them;" and "always prepared, always accessible, and never fail to deliver." Read more
Our litigation group has achieved a significant victory on behalf of Deloitte on an issue of general importance in the area of administrative law. Read more
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This judgment considers the iniquity exception to legal professional privilege and the point at which a client conducts himself so dishonestly that the very advice given or litigation pursued by the solicitor is in furtherance of a fraud or crime, and no longer has the benefit of absolute protection from disclosure. The case is JSC BTA Bank v. Mukhtar Ablyazov and others  EWHC 2788 (Comm). Read more
This case provides further guidance in relation to how payment on early termination of a 1992 ISDA Master Agreement should be calculated where Automatic Early Termination applies, in particular as to the meaning of the provisions dealing with market quotations and whether they require parties to obtain live quotations or historic valuations. Read more
The caption of this judgment disguises a jurisdiction hearing contested between Standard & Poor's (S&P) and ABN Amro Bank NV (now The Royal Bank of Scotland NV) (ABN). The underlying dispute is one in which a bank incorporated in one EU state, acting by a branch in another, structured and had rated a financial product which was sold to investors in a number of other EU countries. Claims are now made in respect of that product by the investors, under the laws of their own states of domicile. Read more
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Dentons Paris partners have been nominated in Euromoney LMG Europe Women Business in Law Awards 2014. Read more
Dentons Canada LLP announces that Sara Hart, one of Edmonton’s leading civil litigation practitioners, has joined its preeminent Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice as a partner in the Edmonton office. Read more
Law360 named Chicago Litigation partner Tony Eliseuson, New York Litigation partner Justin Kattan and Phoenix Hotels and Leisure senior managing associate Christopher Lee to its 2014 “Rising Stars” list, which honors lawyers whose legal accomplishments belie their age. Tony was selected in the Class Action category, Justin in the Insurance category and Chris in the Hospitality category. Read more
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