Barclay Damon Announces the Firm’s New Toronto Office
January 3, 2017—Barclay Damon has moved the law firm’s Toronto office to a new location at 120 Adelaide Street West, effective immediately.
Richard J. Day, co-leader of the firm’s Canada/cross-border team, said, “We look forward to welcoming our many Canadian clients and friends to this beautiful office space. The new location is a great complement to our offices on the U.S. side of the border in Buffalo, throughout New York State, and in Washington DC, Boston, and elsewhere.”
Eileen M. Martin, the Canada/cross-border team’s other co-leader, added, “Our geographic platform, including the new Toronto home base, combines with our roster of 275 attorneys who practice in virtually every area of U.S. law likely to be required by Canadian businesses and individuals to make our firm uniquely well situated to serve the Canadian market.”
Barclay Damon is the largest law firm based in the Northeast United States outside a major market area and includes 105 attorneys in the Buffalo office alone. The firm’s attorneys have decades of experience advising Canadian clients as they establish, maintain, expand, and diversify their U.S. presence and business operations. Click here for more information about Barclay Damon’s Canada/cross-border team.
The Toronto office’s full address is 120 Adelaide Street West, Suite 2500, Toronto, Ontario M5H 1T1. The phone number remains 416.366.4060.
Listed as a “Top 250 Firm” by The National Law Journal, Barclay Damon is a full-service law firm that provides comprehensive legal and business counsel to a diverse client base in 33 practice areas. For more information on the firm, visit barclaydamon.com.
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