Rayman Harris LLP is founded on professional excellence in the areas of expropriations law and litigation. The lawyers at Rayman Harris are committed to providing outstanding and attentive service to all clients, large and small, and to deliver superior value and exceptional results.

Applying the experience our lawyers have garnered from working at large law firms, clerking for judges and acting as counsel in proceedings that have shaped the law in Canada, Rayman Harris LLP offers its clients dedication, tenacity, perspective, effort and results in all legal services.


Rayman Harris LLP provides high quality and responsive legal counsel to ensure that its clients have their rights protected throughout the expropriations process by experienced, hard-working and perseverant lawyers. Our lawyers have represented clients who include multinational corporations, farmers, property developers, homeowners, municipalities and small businesses in over 500 expropriation files.

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As a litigation firm, our core purpose is to assist our clients in resolving their disputes in the most advantageous and cost-effective way possible. Whether that means developing risk management strategies to stop problems before they start, negotiating the resolution of a dispute before commencing litigation or taking a case all the way to trial, our litigators have the experience, skills and dedication to effectively represent your interests.

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Watching @Advocates_Soc Top Cases in Regulatory & Administrative Law. Great to hear from Shane Rayman @raymanharrisllp @alyssa_tomkins & Craig Collins-Williams on the top cases and the strategic considerations behind the advocacy.

@raymanharrisllp's Shane Rayman joins @J_Clint's Eminent Domain Podcast to talk about a very important @SCC_eng constructive appropriation (reg takings) decision, as well as the upcoming @ALI_CLE #EminentDomain2023 Conference. https://www.eminentdomainpodcast.com/104-annapolis-v-halifax

ICYMI: It's been one week since @SCC_eng released its decision in Annapolis v Halifax Regional Municipality expanding the test for constructive takings.

Read @LeahACummings takeaways on the Court's 5-4 decision in our newest post: http://rbllp.com/supreme-court-expands-test-constructive-takings/

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