Welcome to the new and improved Davies Howe Partners LLP website!
We have moved into the modern era with a new design, sleeker interface and an easier to navigate layout. The new site displays information about the firm, our practice areas and how to get in touch all streamlined onto one unified homepage. Just as importantly, our key messages and values are displayed prominently and clearly.
One of our main goals we wanted to achieve when designing the new site was to help our clients and users get to know us better. The new design allows the users to quickly find contact information and allows users to get to know the firm at a glance. This website has been built with responsive design meaning no matter what kind of screen you view it on—mobile, tablet or desktop—there will be no loss of quality or ease of navigation. We hope that you will enjoy browsing our new website!
Davies Howe Partners LLP has once again been recognized by Novae Res Urbis as the top GTA law firm for Planning and Development.
Excerpt: “Davies Howe Partners once again retains the number one
spot in the GTA annual rankings, with its solicitors involved
in practically every major decision……..The sheer number
of OMB cases Davies Howe is involved in will make it an
uphill battle for any firm to challenge it for the number one
position in 2015.”
To read the complete Novae Res Urbis article, please click here.
Davies Howe Partners is please to announce the arrival of Kate Fairbrother who joined the firm on Sept 22nd. Kate graduated from Schulich School for Law at Dalhousie, and was called to the bar earlier this year. For more info on Kate please click here to see her full bio.
Lexpert®, Canada’s legal expert Directory, named Jeff Davies of Davies Howe Partners LLP one of Canada’s Leading Infrastructure Lawyers in a recent report. This Lexpert® story was published in the September issue of the Report on Business Magazine published by the Globe and Mail. Highlighting the rapid growth of public private partnerships in Canada, and tying effective legal modules to their continued success, Lexpert® described the selected lawyers as leading the “legal vanguard of Infrastructure evolution thus far.”
Click here to read the full report.
The Cobourg Internet, a community website, reported on a recent local OMB hearing.
The author describes Davies Howe Partners’ associate Katarzyna Sliwa as ‘super sharp. If she cross examines you, you lose.’ We agree! Click here for the full report on her OMB victory.
Davies Howe Partners is proud to announce that 3 of our partners have been identified as Leading Practitioners in Property Development in the 2014 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory. Our leading practitioners for 2014 are:
Jeff Davies has once again been recognized as one of the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada (Property Development) in the 2014 Lexpert/ALM 500. Published since 1997, The Lexpert®/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada is the most comprehensive guide to legal talent in Canada. It identifies the most frequently recommended lawyers across Canada in 39 practice areas. It has become the resource of choice for American and Canadian in-house counsel and law firms in need of Canadian legal expertise. The Davies Howe Partners LLP Land Use group is at your service.
Davies Howe Partners LLP has once again been recognized by Novae Res Urbis as the top firm in the 16th Annual rankings of the GTA’s most prominent Planning and Development law firms. Davies Howe has been #1 for 3 of the last four years and we intend to stay there. For the complete Novae Res Urbis rankings, please click here to Read More. For our ranking history, click here.
Davies Howe Partners LLP has once again been recognized by Novae Res Urbis as a top contender in the 16th Annual rankings of Toronto’s most prominent Planning and Development law firms. Davies Howe been in the top 3 for six years in a row proving once again that size does, or does not (depending on how you look at it), matter. For the complete Novae Res Urbiz rankings, please click here to Read More . For our ranking history, click here .