Sotos Awarded “Canada’s Boutique Law Firm of the Year” at the Chambers Canada 2021 Awards - Sotos Class Actions
September 16, 2021

Sotos Awarded “Canada’s Boutique Law Firm of the Year” at the Chambers Canada 2021 Awards

Sotos team is elated to have won the “Boutique Law Firm of The Year” award at the Chambers Canada 2021 Awards gala held on September 9, 2021. We want to express our gratitude to our clients for their continued support and trust!

What has been said about Sotos

The firm wins recognition for its class actions practice. Notably, it is currently acting on a case seeking compensation for systemic discrimination against certain First Nations children by the federal government of Canada. Other recent work includes representing the plaintiffs in an action brought by former Bank of Montreal and CIBC customers relating to a major cybersecurity data breach.

One client recalled: “Their ability to understand and produce documentation was impressive. They blew my socks off.” Another added: “The amount of work and research they did was extraordinary. We couldn’t have asked for better representation.”

Their peers call them “passionate” and say: “They have done a lot of meaningful work and have had some significant successes.”

About Chambers Canada 2021 Awards

Chambers Canada 2021 Awards are based on the research conducted Chambers Canada. These awards reflect a law firm’s pre-eminence in key practice areas and provide an objective and global benchmark for excellence in the legal profession. The awards also reflect notable achievements over the past 12 months including outstanding work, impressive strategic growth and excellence in client service.

About Sotos Class Actions

We are a recognized leader in class action litigation in Canada.  We take on complex and challenging class actions across all industries, and prosecute them to conclusion.  With a large and experienced team of class action professionals, we match resources against the largest defence firms in the country. Our cases have been at the forefront of the development of the law in diverse areas including employment (wage and hour litigation), antitrust (Competition Act), privacy, consumer protection and franchising and distribution.