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Why Should You Visit an Employment Lawyer Prior to Starting a New Job?

Starting a new job? Check with an employment lawyer before you start - lawyer Karine Dion explains why in her latest The Workplace Matters blog post. Read more

Why Should You Visit an Employment Lawyer Prior to Starting a New Job?

Our Lawyers Named as Leading Practitioners for 2015

Congratulations to five of Nelligan O'Brien Payne LLP's partners who have been listed as Leading Practitioners in their respective fields in the 2015 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory. Read more

Our Lawyers Named as Leading Practitioners for 2015

New Blog Post: Canadian indigenous IT company awarded $11 million in damages

In a recent decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Rougemount Capital Inc. was awarded $11 million in damages for breach of contract in this action against multinational software giant Computer Associates International Inc. Read more

New Blog Post: Canadian indigenous IT company awarded $11 million in damages

Your success is important to us. Nelligan O'Brien Payne is one of Eastern Ontario's most trusted and respected law firms. A full service law firm with a head office in Ottawa, our experienced team of over 60 Ottawa lawyers provide legal services in many areas of law.Trust Us to Deliver Your Results.

Nelligan O'Brien Payne LLP is not your average law firm. Whether you are an individual or large national organization in Canada, we are the right size to deliver focused, individualized expertise, while offering a broad range of innovative legal and advisory services. We've grown to a team of over 60 lawyers and over 100 business and support staff, who are available to provide you services in both official languages. Our law firm is an integral part of the community, with our head office based in Ottawa, and additional offices located in Alexandria, Kingston, and Vankleek Hill, Ontario.

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