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Heenan Blaikie, has been the subject of speculation on Bay Street after a string of more than 20 departures since 2012.
Heenan Blaikie, has been the subject of speculation on Bay Street after a string of more than 20 departures since 2012.
(Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail)

Heenan Blaikie loses three more lawyers

The national co-managing partner of Heenan Blaikie LLP says the firm remains on a sound financial footing but is going through a strategic review, as word emerged on Thursday of three more departures of high-profile lawyers.

Heenan Blaikie, a 40-year-old law firm with more than 525 legal professionals, strong roots in Quebec, nine offices across Canada and one in Paris and former prime minister Jean Chrétien on its roster, has been the subject of speculation on Bay Street after a string of more than 20 departures since 2012.