Norton Rose Fulbright unveils new Toronto office

Legal executive search firm hires former MasterCard Worldwide GC…

Norton Rose Fulbright unveils new Toronto office

Norton Rose Fulbright unveils new Toronto office
Norton Rose Fulbright has showcased its latest version of a modern law firm workspace.

The global firm’s team in Toronto is now based at 222 Bay Street, in the heart of the city’s financial district, with state-of-the-art offices across four and a half floors optimized for better collaboration and innovation.

The office includes the latest technology together with workspace designed by world-renowned architect Lehman Smith McLeish.

Highlights include glass offices to allow light to move through the office seamlessly; moveable touchscreen monitors and laptops; improved videoconferencing capabilities and sit/stand desks; colourful, contemporary Canadian art graces the corridors and boardrooms; and two wellness rooms for personal needs.

“The nature of work has changed dramatically in the last decade due to technology – and so has our industry,” Evelyn Papoutsakis, Human Resources Director. “As a result, how our people accomplish their work has evolved. The new space gives our people the tools and surroundings they need to feel engaged and do their best work for clients. Its flexibility lends itself to our cross-functional teams and encourages continuous collaboration.”

Legal executive search firm hires former MasterCard Worldwide GC
Boutique legal executive search firm Barker Gilmore has hired the former MasterCard Worldwide general counsel in the advisory and coaching division.

Until recently, former trial attorney Noah Hanft was also corporate secretary and chief franchise officer of the global financial firm which he joined in 1984.

In joining Barker Gilmore, he joins many other Fortune 500 general counsel and chief compliance officers in advising  legal and compliance departments, CEOs, and boards, including General Counsel recruiting and placement.

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