For more than 100 years, Gowlings has provided a broad range of expert legal services. Today, as one of Canada's largest national law firms, Gowlings has offices in all major business and technology centres across Canada – Montréal, Ottawa, Kanata, Toronto, Hamilton, Waterloo Region, Calgary and Vancouver. Internationally, Gowlings has an office in Moscow to serve clients' IP needs in Russia and the CIS. The Firm's London office supports clients from around the world with an emphasis on energy, resources and infrastructure. The three pillars of Gowlings practice are business law, intellectual property and advocacy. While independently focused on their respective areas of expertise, our professionals work together in cross-disciplinary industry groups or client-dedicated teams to give our clients timely access to our best advice. In addition to its pre-eminence in corporate and business law, Gowlings is recognized for its expertise in information technology, energy and infrastructure, international trade, advertising and media, professional liability and the environment. Gowlings is also one of Canada’s leading providers of government relations and regulatory affairs at both federal and provincial levels of government. Gowlings professionals appear regularly before the Supreme Court of Canada. They have acted for the U.S. and Mexican governments regarding the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement and the North American Free Trade Agreement, respectively. They have been leaders in the development of landmark Canadian legislation such as the Protection of Personal Information and Electronic Documents Act (C-6) and they continue to provide public policy advice to governments around the world on legislation relating to insolvency and the regulation of financial institutions.