WHY RETAIN GORDON SCOTT CAMPBELL, BARRISTER?
1. Experience and Expertise Devoted to Personal Service in Constitutional, Aboriginal, Tax, Environmental, Criminal and Civil Litigation and Negotiations
As a bilingual boutique firm focused on effectively resolving disputes in a few select areas of the law, retaining Gordon Scott Campbell, Barrister, means you will receive personal service that is responsive to meeting your own unique legal needs. Gordon Scott Campbell will personally answer your questions and advocate on your behalf, including providing you with legal advice, negotiating a resolution to your matter, and representing you before courts and tribunals.
Gordon Scott Campbell is an experienced lawyer who has successfully conducted hundreds of cases at all levels of courts in criminal and civil trials and appeals including appearing several times before the Supreme Court of Canada on constitutional, Aboriginal, tax, environmental, criminal, civil and regulatory cases. He's led negotiations with government ranging in results from dropping all charges in criminal matters to $126 million Aboriginal claim settlements. He's served as Federal Crown Prosecutor in five provinces and one territory, Federal Treaty Negotiator with Aboriginal peoples in Ontario, Manitoba, British Columbia and Nova Scotia, and as Canada's Director of E-Business Development where he led trade and privacy law and policy work at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). He's author of the bestselling The Investigator's Legal Handbook (Toronto: Thomson Carswell, 2006; 2014 2nd ed), Le manuel juridique de l'enquêteur(Cowansville, QC: Yvon Blais, 2010) and legal articles cited as authorities by the judiciary, government and academia. He serves as co-editor of RegQuest – Regulatory Offences and Compliance Newsletter (Thomson Carswell).
2. Advantages of an Eastern Ontario Location in the Area of the Nation’s Capital
Gordon Scott Campbell frequently appears before the courts and tribunals of the Greater Toronto Area, Northern Ontario, and Eastern Ontario on all types provincial and federal cases, and has a practice that extends to other provinces (other than Quebec) on federal matters like tax, customs, criminal and Aboriginal law. Having served as Canada’s Director of E-Business Development, and worked in every province and territory of Canada (other than the Yukon), he operates a highly technologically connected and mobile practice to effectively and competitively provide you with legal services regardless of your geographic location.
3. Fee Transparency
Fee transparency starts with including many smaller routine additional expenses (disbursements) within the legal services fees quoted to you. Especially important is that the firm uses a combination of mobility and technology to reduce long distance and often eliminate local travel charges. The firm will openly discuss your fee and payment options during your first contact.