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Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP

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Managing Partner: John Singleton QC, FCIArb
Number of partners: 18 Number of lawyers: 70
Languages: English, French

Firm Overview:
Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP is a preeminent Canadian construction and infrastructure law firm. The firm's peers and clients recognise their lawyers as the best in the construction industry. Over 30 years of leadership in Canadian construction and infrastructure law is complemented by a broad offering of legal services, with a focus on finding solutions to complex legal problems, and providing service excellence in the firm's approach and execution.

Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP is recognised nationally and internationally as a leader in construction and infrastructure law. Founded in 1982 on a construction litigation platform, the firm continues to draw a large volume of assignments related to the construction and infrastructure industry. Given the firm's team of highly skilled, experienced and industryrecognised lawyers, the firm's clients are assured they are in strong, capable hands.

While the core of the firm's business remains rooted in construction and infrastructure, the firm also offers clients an extensive range of legal services in the fields of commercial litigation, professional liability, product liability, corporate commercial law, commercial real estate, employment and labour law and business immigration. The firm is known for delivering exceptional legal services. From conversation to persuasion, or contracts to the courtroom, the firm is driven to meet clients’ objectives.

Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Canada is leading the world in terms of diversity, inclusion and pluralism. It is a strength that unifies the country and its people, and strengthens business relationships creating opportunities for success. Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP is committed to fostering a culture of diversity, inclusion and pluralism in the workplace that embraces the unique backgrounds, perspectives, experiences, and talents of individuals at all levels of the firm to ensure that they represent the communities they serve in Canada. As the firm continues to grow, it is committed to consistently improving their diversity and inclusion policies to ensure they continue to reflect the culture and values of their employees and clients.

Practice Areas
Construction & Infrastructure, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Commercial & Business Litigation, Commercial Real Estate, Corporate Commercial, Directors & Officer’s Liability, Domestic & International, Arbitration, Entertainment Law, Immigration, Insurance, Product Liability, Professional, Liability, Public Policy, Wills & Estates , Workplace Law