LONDON, ONTARIO – Chambers Canada, announced its official 2018 legal rankings results and once again named Harrison Pensa as one of Canada’s top-tier firms in the area of plaintiff class action litigation. Chambers and Partners identifies and ranks the most outstanding law firms and lawyers in over 180 jurisdictions throughout the world.

In addition to the Plaintiff Class Action Group being recognized, Chambers and Partners also named Dave Williams and Jonathan Foreman as top ranked lawyers in their fields.

The Class Action team advises on litigation involving securities, competition, financial services, employment, IP, consumer and product liability issues and has established a reputation as a leading class action group in Canada. Recent highlights include: successfully negotiated an CAD11 million settlement in the Donohue v Baja Mining class action, relating to alleged secondary market misrepresentations and negotiated settlements of CAD10 million in class actions relating to payday loans offered by The Cash Store Financial Services and Instaloans.

Firm and lawyer rankings are the culmination of several in-depth client and peer interviews by the Chambers and Partners research team, conducted to identify “market” leaders in different jurisdictions throughout Canada.

Harrison Pensa’s Class Action Group Leader, Jonathan Foreman said, “the feedback from clients and our peers in these rankings is incredibly rewarding for our team and inspires all of us to remain steadfast in our efforts to be one of the largest, most respected, and most socially aware class actions law groups in Canada.”


About Chambers and Partners

Each year since 1990, Chambers has conducted research through a series of confidential and non-attributable in-depth interviews with lawyers and their clients. The rankings are based on technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment and other qualities most valued by clients. Rankings are independent, objective and based solely on the research team’s findings. For a full list of results, visit the Chambers and Partners website.

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