Firm Profile > Robert Fleming Lawyers > Vancouver, Canada
Robert Fleming Lawyers Offices
810- 925 West Georgia
Vancouver V6C 3L2
Robert Fleming Lawyers > The Legal 500 Rankings
Robert Fleming Lawyers stands out for its track record in challenging disputes, such as its recent representation of Equustek against Google in a leading international case regarding the court’s ability to control global content on the internet. The Vancouver-based boutique is also well known for its experience in fraud and shareholder oppression claims. Firm founder Robert Fleming is recommended.
‘The firm provides great, unique service. Lawyers are reliable, proactive and down to earth! Always ready to help and willing to explore alternatives for best and worst case scenarios.’
‘Robbie is tenacious and undaunted by taking on “the big guy”. He simplifies difficult concepts and is not afraid to roll up his sleeves and work hard.’
Equustek Solutions Inc.
Sutton First West Realty
Global Chinese Press
Minera Y Metalurgica Del Boleo S.A.P.I. de C.V.
Moodle Pty Ltd.
Michael and Miranda Zhu
Robert Fleming Lawyers > Firm Profile
Robert Fleming Lawyers is a Vancouver litigation boutique focused on the resolution of complex business disputes. Founded in 2008, the firm’s practice is wide ranging, with an emphasis on fraud claims, shareholder or partnership disputes, and international asset recovery.
RFL’s work is innovative and often on the leading edge of the law. Fleming was counsel on Google v. Equustek (2017 SCC 34), the leading case in the world on the court’s ability to control global content on the internet. He regularly appears on Mareva (asset freeze) and Anton Piller (civil search warrant) applications, and recently argued the first ever ex parte appeal in the BC Court of Appeal – on a worldwide Mareva injunction with parallel asset freezing proceedings in France
RFL combines creativity with analytical discipline, and emphasizes collaboration with clients. The team builds an economic model for every case, to find the right balance of risk, reward and cost.