Taylor McCaffrey is one of the largest firms in Winnipeg, Manitoba. It can trace its roots back to over 60 years of providing legal service to the community. The firm is currently comprised of 60 lawyers, supported by a dedicated and highly-trained staff. The firm provides legal advice to clients with respect to a large range of legal matters including Corporate and Commercial; Financial Services; Bankruptcy and Insolvency Restructuring; Securities; Labor and Employment; Insurance; Health; General and Specialized Litigation; Taxation and Wealth Management; Estate Planning and Administration; Family and Domestic; Real Property and Commercial Real Estate Development; Aboriginal; Environmental; Intellectual Property; and Emerging Technologies.
Corporate & Commercial
Financial Services & Restructuring
Intellectual Property & Information Technology
Labour & Employment
Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice
Property Development & Real Estate
Wills, Estates & Trusts
February 2020: Manitoba member firm Taylor McCaffrey has named Patrick Rykes, Jessica Schofield and Ryan Turner partners in the firm. Mr. Rykes focuses his practice on civil litigation; Ms. Schofield, on civil litigation and family law; and Mr. Turner, on corporate and commercial law.
October 2019: Manitoba member firm Taylor McCaffrey has moved to new offices at the intersection of Portage and Main in Winnipeg, where it will now occupy approximately two-and-a-half floors. Its new address is 2200 – 201 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3L3. Its phone numbers, fax numbers and email addresses all remain the same. Along with its new office space, it has also unveiled a new website and corporate identity. For more information, visit the firm’s website at www.tmlawyers.com.
December 2017: The Law Society of Manitoba last month presented John Myers of Manitoba member firm Taylor McCaffrey with the Richard J. Scott Award, which is named for former Chief Justice Richard Scott of the Manitoba Court of Appeal. It is presented annually to an individual who advances the rule of law through advocacy, litigation, teaching, research or writing. A frequent speaker at conferences and seminars in Canada and the United States relating to all aspects of intellectual property, Mr. Myers has made significant contributions to expanding access to justice through his public interest advocacy on behalf of persons with disabilities.