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Established 90 years ago, Guild Yule LLP has built a reputation as one of Canada’s leading litigation firms for its rigorous approach to legal analysis, its skilled advocacy, and its strong sense of integrity and pragmatism. Our firm is dedicated to providing sound advice and delivering consistently proven results to our clients. Our work has resulted in top ratings from Lexpert, Martindale-Hubbell, Benchmark Canada and Best Lawyers in Canada. The same high standards are found in our Real Estate and Corporate & Commercial practice groups.

Not content to rest on our history, we are hard-working, passionate and dynamic lawyers and paralegals who continue to be at the forefront of an ever-changing legal landscape. We work with our clients to meet their individual needs to deliver creative, proportionate and responsive service. We have implemented a variety of progressive-thinking fee structures for our clients, and provide innovative reporting, and tracking of file cycle times and budgeting.

Latest News

August 21, 2018

Best Lawyers In Canada© – 2019

Guild Yule is proud to announce that six of our partners have been recognised in the 2019 edition of The … Read more

February 5, 2018

9 Guild Yule partners are recognized in the 2018 Edition of Benchmark Canada

9 Guild Yule partners are recognized by our peers in the 2018 Edition of Benchmark Canada.  Tim Hinkson joins David … Read more

January 26, 2018

Shaun Frost and Peter Ferrari are Admitted to the Partnership

Guild Yule is delighted to announce that effective January 1, 2018, Shaun Frost and Peter Ferrari have joined the partnership. Shaun … Read more

Recent Posts

September 27, 2018

Private property owner tort liability for bylaw breach

Can a property owner be held liable in tort for failing to comply with a municipal bylaw requiring snow removal? … Read more

July 16, 2018

Highwood Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses (Judicial Committee) v. Wall: judicial review of procedural fairness questions for religious organizations and voluntary associations

  In Highwood Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses (Judicial Committee) v. Wall,  2018 SCC 26 (“Wall”), the Supreme Court confronted conflicting … Read more

July 9, 2018
Posted by: Jordan A. Bank

Rankin’s Garage – A Fresh Application of the Moral Glue of Tort (Reasonable Foreseeability Revisited)

Rankin’s Garage – A Fresh Application of the Moral Glue of Tort (Reasonable Foreseeability Revisited)       I. Introduction In the … Read more