August 3, 2020 | by Wong Fleming
Wong Fleming is proud to announce that Jordan W. Charness, Of Counsel in the firm’s Canada office, has been selected and included in the Canadian Who’s Who 2020 edition. Mr. Charness was also awarded for Media Commentator and Lawyer in the 2014 edition.
Canadian Who’s Who is an annual biographical reference of the nation’s most notable citizens and was first published in 1910. Owned and distributed today by Grey House Publishing Canada, offering both its traditional red volume and an online version, the publication sustains its tribute as a prominent and long-standing reference work citing the achievements of over 10,000 contemporary icons across fields such as law, business, academia, politics, sports, the arts and sciences. Selected due to the contributions they have made to Canadian society, those listed are provided the opportunity to use their own voice to list the details they consider to be most important in their lives. Editors edit entries to a standard, researching and consulting information presented by government, business, academia, associations, and reputable media outlets to present the details of their lives and careers for the reverence of all.
About Jordan W. Charness
Jordan W. Charness is Of Counsel and leads the firm’s Canadian office. Listed in Canadian Who’s Who, he has been practicing since 1985. He is an accomplished trial lawyer who has successfully represented some of the world’s largest companies before the courts. His legal advice is sought after by clients at all stages of their legal situations. An expert negotiator, his advice has solved many of his clients’ problems before they escalated into court litigation.
Whether the client is a large corporation, small or medium size business or private individual, he explains your rights in a way that you can understand perfected in over 18 years of giving legal advice live on a weekly basis on Montreal’s top radio stations. He is currently the on-air legal analyst appearing live at the anchor desk of CTV television. He wrote a weekly column in The Montreal Gazette, Canada’s oldest daily newspaper and is the author of hundreds of published articles and a best-selling book. He is a professor of law (part time) at John Abbot College and is also a Member of the Board of the Shriners Hospital for Children.