James Speakman and Mike McDonald, Q.C. Recognized in the Inaugural BIV BC 500 List of the Most Influential Business Leaders in the Province

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Business in Vancouver announced today that Clark Wilson Managing Partner James Speakman and Partner Mike McDonald, Q.C. have been named to the inaugural BC 500 List, celebrating British Columbia’s most influential business leaders across a wide range of industries.

“It is very humbling to be included in this inaugural list of BC’s most influential business leaders,” said James Speakman, Managing Partner, Clark Wilson LLP. “Having lived and worked in British Columbia all of my life, I have had the privilege of conducting business with incredibly passionate people who have helped shape this province. I am also proud to share this honour with the talented staff at Clark Wilson who continue to work tirelessly for our clients and demonstrate our core values of quality, caring, trust and teamwork at a time when it matters the most.”

James Speakman was recognized in the Law – Managing Partners section of the BC 500 list. Read the BC 500 profile of James Speakman here.

“Having worked with inspiring leaders and trailblazers in B.C. for three decades, I am honoured to be recognized and included in this list,” said Mike McDonald, Q.C., Partner, Clark Wilson LLP. “I would also like to thank the team at Clark Wilson who work diligently to create meaningful relationships and opportunities to grow the prosperity of our clients.”

Mike McDonald, Q.C. was recognized in the Law – Indigenous Rights section of the BC 500 list. Read the BC 500 profile of Mike McDonald, Q.C. here.

The annual BC 500 list includes business leaders, visionaries, innovators and trailblazers who embody the values of modern leadership including engagement, trust, corporate citizenship, inclusion and innovation. The inaugural issue of BC 500 is unprecedented in scope, and is designed as a definitive guide to the people whose power, vision and leadership shape our province’s communities, industries and economy.

More information on the BIV BC 500 publication is available here.