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Troutman Sanders’ Canadian Practice Highly Ranked in Industry League Table


ATLANTA – Troutman Sanders LLP is pleased to announce the firm’s rankings in Thomson Reuters’ 2017 Global Capital Markets Review – Legal Advisors (Full Year 2017) league tables. The firm has ranked among the top two U.S.-based firms for Canada Equity & Equity Related (Manager and Issuer Legal Advisor) for the past five consecutive years.

Thomson Reuters’ Global Capital Markets Review – Legal Advisors (Full Year 2017)

Canada Equity & Equity-Related – Manager Legal Advisor

  • #2 U.S.-based (tied) firm on the list
  • #12 ranked (tied) firm on the list

Canada Equity & Equity-Related – Issuer Legal Advisor

  • #2 U.S.-based firm on the list
  • #6 ranked firm on the list

About Troutman Sanders Canadian Practice
Troutman Sanders Canadian Practice represents Canadian companies with respect to their U.S. legal needs. The Canadian practice includes lawyers with experience in the areas of securities and corporate finance; mergers and acquisitions; international trade; energy regulation; energy trading; intellectual property; immigration; tax; government contracts; and complex litigation. The Canadian Practice regularly acts as counsel on U.S. public and private equity and debt offerings for Canadian issuers, Canadian and U.S. underwriters or agents and Canadian and U.S. investors, including assisting Canadian companies with U.S. exchange listings and U.S. periodic reporting obligations.

About Troutman Sanders
With a diverse practice mix, workforce and footprint that includes 16 offices spanning the United States and China, Troutman Sanders has cultivated its reputation for a higher commitment to client care for over 120 years. Ideally positioned to help clients across sectors realize their business goals, the firm’s 650 attorneys transact for growth, resolve mission-threatening disputes and navigate complex legal and regulatory challenges. See for more information.