Leading Vancouver trial lawyers handling class actions, aboriginal title, employment law, and constitutional litigation at all levels of court in Canada.

About Rosenberg Law

For over 40 years, we have been a leading litigation law firm located on the scenic shores of False Creek in Vancouver, British Columbia. We have a broad litigation practice, with particular experience in Class Actions, Aboriginal Title, Civil Litigation, Employment Law, and Appellate Advocacy. 

Our firm has successfully argued numerous landmark cases before the Supreme Court of Canada, including the seminal Tsilhqot’ín vs. British Columbia decision, and we are frequently retained by other law firms as litigation counsel. We have earned the highest possible rating for legal excellence from the authoritative Martindale-Hubbell rankings.

Please take a look around our site to learn more about our services. If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.

Rosenberg Law
671D Market Hill
Vancouver, British Columbia
V5Z 4B5

[email protected]
Tel: 604-879-4505
Fax: 604-879-4934

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Class Actions
Equifax Data Breach Class Action

Class action against Equifax on behalf of all Canadians whose financial and identity information was stolen in the notorious 2017 cybersecurity data breach.

Lemon Creek Fuel Spill Class Action

Certified class action on behalf of area residents harmed by the unlawful spill of 35,000 litres of jet fuel into Lemon Creek in the Slocan valley near Nelson, British Columbia.

Air Transat "Mexican Game" Class Action

Class action on behalf of all flight passengers in Canada who were defrauded by Air Transat's unlawful "Mexican Game".

Lap-Band Weight Loss Class Action

Class action on behalf of individuals in Canada implanted with a laparoscopic adjustable gastric band, commonly called a lap-band

Positive Living Privacy Breach Class Action

Class action on behalf of the members of the Positive Living Society of BC whose HIV/AIDS status was unlawfully disclosed during a UBC research study