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Two IMK Lawyers Named in Chambers and Partners

IMK has once again been recognized as a top dispute resolution firm in the 2019 Chambers and Partners ranking.

Doug Mitchell and Catherine McKenzie have been ranked respectively in the Québec, Litigation: General Commercial Band 2 and Band 4 categories.

About Doug Mitchell: “One of the great litigators in Montréal.” A distinguished practitioner with substantial expertise in litigation and arbitration, he is renowned for his dispute resolution expertise in fraud matters, shareholder disputes and breach of contract cases. —Chambers and Partners

About Catherine McKenzie:  Noted for her growing strength in professional and product liability and shareholder disputes. She earns praise for being a “formidable opponent” and “an excellent young lawyer.”— Chambers and Partners

About IMK: “A good boutique litigation firm.” What the team is known for Montréal-based boutique with an impressive team of lawyers that handle all manner of civil and commercial litigation. Acts for businesses of all sizes to resolve disputes involving breaches of contract, fraud and oppression remedies. Represents clients from a variety of industries including real estate, banking and construction. Further noted for its expert handling of shareholder disputes, banking and professional liability litigation.

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