Goodmans Partners Recognized in Benchmark Litigation's 40 & Under List

Goodmans is pleased to congratulate Tamryn Jacobson, Melanie Ouanounou, and Michael Wilson who have all been recognized in the 8th edition of Benchmark Litigation's 40 & Under List - Canada.

Tamryn Jacobson is a partner in the Dispute Resolution Group at Goodmans. Her practice focuses on complex commercial arbitration and litigation. In addition to representing clients in active disputes, Tamryn provides advice to clients in assessing litigation risk with a view to avoiding litigation and works to find business solutions to complicated legal issues.

Melanie Ouanounou is a partner in the Dispute Resolution Group at Goodmans. Melanie has a diversified litigation practice, specializing in general commercial litigation, class action defence litigation, electricity law and estate litigation. Melanie acts for clients involved in disputes across many different sectors, including clients in the health care, mining, oil and gas, energy, real estate, technology and entertainment industries.  

Michael Wilson is a partner at Goodmans. He acts as lead counsel in matters involving corporate governance and shareholder disputes, director and officer liability claims, and employment and commercial issues. Given his extensive experience advising decision-makers in the federal and provincial governments, he is regularly called upon to advise and represent clients in administrative and regulatory matters, including to develop legislative and regulatory proposals that respond to complex and urgent policy challenges.

About Benchmark Litigation
Benchmark Litigation is the definitive guide to the world’s leading litigation firms and lawyers.
They provide law firm and lawyer rankings based on extensive interviews with litigators, dispute resolution specialists and their clients as well as analysis of the market’s most important cases and firm developments. 40 & Under is their guide to the nation's most notable up and coming litigation attorneys in Canada. 

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