Top Attorney – Gordon D. Cudmore

London, ON WW/Press/June 15, 2017 – Gordon D. Cudmore H.B.A.,LL.B.,LLM. with Cudmore Law Office, has been selected for inclusion in the Top Attorneys of North America 2017 TOP 100 edition by The Who’s Who Directories.

Mr. Gordon D. Cudmore is a litigation lawyer in London, Ontario, who has been providing legal services throughout South Western Ontario for over- four decades. He was admitted to the Bar in 1975 and has appeared in all levels of court on many high profile matters, with a solid reputation for experience, knowledge and performance, providing you with the confidence that your matter will be handled with the utmost in professionalism and efficiency, and always with your best interests in mind. His practice areas include criminal law, civil law and litigation, police services, act offences and provincial offence tickets. Mr. Cudmore received his law degree from U.W.O. (LLB) and Cambridge (LLM).

A legal commentator for radio (CBC) and television, Mr. Cudmore has received five national awards for Best Television Commentary. He is also a published author , publishing two books, Civil Evidence Handbook, and Choate on Discovery 2nd Ed. (carswells).

At the Cudmore Law Firm, they understand that choosing the right lawyer to represents you can be a difficult task. Each and every clients is important to them and they strive to represents each of their clients with all of the professionalism, consideration and respect they deserve. They are considerate of their client’s needs and wishes, but also help to guide decisions and keep them within realistic limits so that they aren’t incurring needless legal fees.

The Top Attorneys of North America, a New York based publication, distinguishes and profiles leading attorneys who have reached a recognizable degree of success and leadership in their field. The directory is valued for promoting awareness of the accomplishments within the North American legal community.


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