Friday, September 28, 2018
Abbott, Neil S. Gowling WLG (416) 862-4376 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Abbott is recognized as one of the leading construction law and consumer financial services lawyer in Canada. He is a partner in Gowling WLG's Toronto office and the founding chair of the firm's Construction and Consumer Finance Groups. He is also co-leader of the firm's India group.
Ackerley, Glenn W. WeirFoulds LLP (416) 947-5008 email@example.com Mr. Ackerley advises owners, contractors and design professionals on landmark capital and public infrastructure renewal projects. He counsels his construction industry clients on contracts, procurement, risk avoidance, claims handling and dispute resolution. Often performing the role of "project lawyer", he provides ongoing practical advice from the start of a project through to close-out.
Allen, Michael S. Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP (604) 661-9311 firstname.lastname@example.org In his 40 years of experience in project and corporate finance, Mr. Allen has been continuously recognized by leading publications. In addition to the infrastructure and public-private partnership sphere, his practice has included mining, energy, forestry and telecommunications, within Canada and around the world. He is called to the Bar in British Columbia, Ontario, and England & Wales.
Alter, Matthew R. Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP (416) 860-6764 email@example.com Mr. Alter is a Certified Specialist in Construction Law. He represents owners and contractors on domestic and international infrastructure projects, including all aspects of procurement, contract drafting & negotiation and related disputes.
Anderson, Garth K. Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP (403) 260-9778 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Anderson's practice is focused on the acquisition, development and financing of commercial real estate and infrastructure projects. He assists clients in structuring major design-build-finance-operate projects in the transportation sector as public-private partnerships, and on the real estate and construction aspects of various energy-related infrastructure projects.
Anderson, Jean E. Goodmans LLP (416) 597-4297 email@example.com Ms. Anderson's practice includes financing and corporate transactions, alternative finance and P3s. Her experience embraces project and structured finance, domestic and cross-border financings, asset-based lending and debt restructuring.
Atcheson, Aaron E. Miller Thomson LLP (519) 931-3526 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Atcheson is co-lead of MT's Projects Group and chair of its National Real Estate Group. He advises on energy, transportation, water/waste water and other infrastructure projects for developers, EPCs and lenders, across Canada, in the US and internationally, with respect to development, permitting, construction and finance.
Aycan, Nurhan Gowling WLG (416) 814-5691 email@example.com Mr. Aycan has 25-plus years of experience dealing with Canadian and international corporate and commercial matters. As former General Counsel to a large multinational consumer goods business, he delivers unique problem solving solutions to his clients. He advises on M&A transactions, securities and corporate finance matters, private-equity and venture capital financings for high-growth companies.
Bakshi, Vivek Dentons Canada LLP (416) 863-4658 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Bakshi represents clients in the energy, natural resources and infrastructure sectors. He specializes in the structuring, negotiation and documentation of natural resource projects and related financings, and in domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions in the oil, gas, water and power sectors.
Banfai, Geza R. McMillan LLP (416) 865-7806 email@example.com Mr. Banfai practises exclusively in McMillan's Infrastructure and Construction groups. He has represented every participant in the construction pyramid, from construction lenders/owners, general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and workers, as well as a variety of design professionals.
He is the recipient of the 2016 OBA Award of Excellence in Construction and Infrastructure Law.
Barlow, W. Thomas Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (416) 366-8381 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Barlow is a founding member and chair of Fasken's infrastructure and PPP practice, with experience acting on procurement, infrastructure development, alternative service delivery, and project finance in multiple sectors and jurisdictions in Canada and the US, including first projects in emerging PPP markets and trans-border infrastructure, such as the Gordie Howe International Bridge.
Beaudoin, Yannick Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP (514) 982-4025 email@example.com Mr. Beaudoin regularly advises proponents of infrastructure projects throughout Canada, including in the transportation, social infrastructure, alternative energy, power and health-care sectors. He represents a wide variety of financial institutions in the financing of infrastructure assets, including bond underwriters, institutional investors, and both Canadian and international banks.
Beaumont, D. Robert Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP (416) 862-5861 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Beaumont, also a professional engineer, focuses on infrastructure, P3, construction and procurement law. His clients include owners, developers, contractors and lenders. His infrastructure experience embraces power and transportation facilities.
Beavis, Merie-Anne E. Gowling WLG (416) 814-5631 email@example.com Ms. Beavis is a partner in Gowling WLG's Toronto office. She acts for public and private sector participants and lenders in a variety of projects including P3s, mine and electricity projects. She is ranked repeatedly in The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory, Who's Who Legal: Canada and The Best Lawyers in Canada.
Bennett, Chris Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP (416) 862-5992 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Bennett's practice focuses on project finance with an emphasis on infrastructure and PPPs. He has acted on several major Canadian infrastructure projects in a variety of sectors, including healthcare, transportation and national defence.
Berezowskyj, Stephen J. Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP (604) 682-7474 email@example.com Mr. Berezowskyj is co-chair of the Construction & Infrastructure Practice Group of Singleton Reynolds. He regularly advises clients on construction contracting, procurement, claims and dispute resolution. He acts for a variety of owners, design professionals and contractors and has been involved as fairness monitor on several public procurements.
Berg, Ira Goodmans LLP (416) 597-4105 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Berg focuses on P3s, alternative finance projects, public procurement and complex construction projects. He represents public and private-sector clients on transportation, bridge and infrastructure projects, and revenuegenerating asset transactions. He is leading the legal team for Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation's modernization of gaming in Ontario.
Betts, Ted Gowling WLG (416) 369-7106 email@example.com Mr. Betts is a partner and Head of the Infrastructure and Construction Group.
He is a Certified Specialist in Construction Law and is the current Chair of the Construction and Infrastructure Section of the OBA. He acts on all aspects of construction and infrastructure, in Canada and internationally, and has worked on many PPP and non-PPP infrastructure projects.
Blundy, Paul D. Bennett Jones LLP (416) 777-4854 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Blundy has specialized in construction and project finance for more than 30 years and advises on all forms of construction and project financing transactions, including P3 public infrastructure delivery. He acts for both government and private project participants, including debt and equity investors, underwriters, contractors, designers and service providers in all sectors.
Booth, QC, Robert (Bob) T. Bennett Jones LLP (403) 298-3252 email@example.com Mr. Booth's commercial practice focuses on infrastructure for the energy and resources sectors and the security and defence sectors, serving clients in the oil & gas, transportation, energy utility and defence industries. He advises on purchases and sales, business creation and joint ventures.
Borduas, Robert G. Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP (514) 847-4524 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Borduas' project and debt finance practice embraces infrastructure and PPPs. He represented Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec in respect to its over $6bn automated LRT project in Montréal, the acquirer of Montreal Gateway Terminal Partnership, a container terminal operator in the Port of Montreal, and the lenders and bond underwriters of the consortium of McGill University Health Center.
Borsook, Lisa A. WeirFoulds LLP (416) 947-5003 email@example.com Ms. Borsook acts for corporations, governments and their agencies regarding their retail, industrial, office and brownfield properties.
Consistently recommended as a leader in infrastructure, property development and leasing, she has expertise in sophisticated real estate development work, including mixed-use developments, sale-leaseback transactions, and public private partnerships.
Bourassa, Philippe Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP (514) 982-4061 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Bourassa's practice focuses on corporate and commercial law, with a particular emphasis on infrastructure and public-private partnership (P3) projects, mergers & acquisitions, private equity and energy. He advises public and private corporations, as well as institutional investors on a broad range of domestic and international commercial transactions in a variety of industries.
Bowles, Brendan D. Glaholt LLP (416) 368-8280 email@example.com Mr. Bowles is a partner at Glaholt LLP. Certified by the Law Society of Ontario as a Specialist in Construction Law, he acts for a variety of clients, including subcontractors and suppliers, general contractors, owners, design professionals, sureties and insurers. He has experience conducting motions and trials in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice as well as appellate experience.
Braul, Waldemar Gowling WLG (403) 298-1039 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Braul is one of Western Canada's most highly regarded energy, Indigenous law and environmental lawyers. He advises and litigates on projects including oil & gas production, pipelines, LNG, oil terminals, marine shipping, shale gas fracking, water, contaminated sites, mines, Fisheries Act prosecutions and Indigenous law issues. He also holds a master's degree in urban and regional planning.
Bright, Denise D. Bennett Jones LLP (403) 298-4468 email@example.com Ms. Bright's practice focuses on corporate debt including secured, crossborder, syndicated and bilateral credit agreements, bonds and notes across a variety of industries, including electricity, generation, renewables, LNG, infrastructure and oil & gas. Her experience includes guarantees, consents, intercreditor arrangements, project and structured finance. She is called in Alberta and BC.
Brindle, QC, Derek A. Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP (604) 682-7474 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Brindle has represented clients in construction and commercial litigation for over four decades and he is now focusing his practice in the area of alternate dispute resolution, acting as a mediator and arbitrator. His training and expertise are the foundation of his ADR practice as a Construction and Commercial Mediator.
Brown, Darryl J. Gowling WLG (416) 369-4581 email@example.com Mr. Brown's practice focuses on infrastructure, P3 and construction law.
He drafts and negotiates project agreements, construction contracts, operating agreements and other contracts, and regularly represents sponsors, operators and design builders.
Bursey, David W. Bennett Jones LLP (604) 891-5128 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Bursey's regulatory practice focuses on natural resource development and infrastructure, environmental assessment, water resource management and Aboriginal law. He advises natural resource industry clients, First Nations and government agencies.
Card, Duncan C. Bennett Jones LLP (416) 777-6446 email@example.com Mr. Card leads complex infrastructure ventures globally, including intelligent infrastructure, energy, airports, related complex concession and outsourcing service transactions and public sector modernization projects. He led the 30 year Bermuda airport redevelopment project, nominated as the world's "Best Transit Project" for 2018 and which won North America Airport Deal of the Year for 2017.
Carmona, Eric Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5597 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Carmona is a partner in the Real Estate Group. His commercial real estate practice focuses on real property transactions of commercial complexes, shopping centres, apartment buildings, hotels, retirement homes and long-term residences. His corporate commercial law practice focuses on the acquisition and/or privatization of public real estate enterprises and capital markets transactions.
Carrière, Mathilde Dentons Canada LLP (514) 878-5823 email@example.com Ms. Carrière leads the corporate and commercial law practice of Dentons' Montréal office. She is also one of the leaders of the office's infrastructure and public private partnership practice, and of the Construction group in Canada. She focuses her practice on large scale construction and infrastructure projects but has also dealt extensively with M&A and venture capital investments.
Carson, Lorne W. Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP (403) 260-7083 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Carson, also an engineer, focuses on domestic and international project development, as well as bank and capital markets financing in the infrastructure, electrical power, renewables, oil & gas, and other sectors.
Chamberlain, Adam Gowling WLG (416) 369-7223 email@example.com Mr. Chamberlain's practice at Gowling WLG encompasses environmental, Indigenous, natural resources and other regulatory requirements for mining, energy and other large projects. He has acted for project developers, governments and Indigenous organizations across Canada and in the Canadian Arctic. He is an active member of the firm's Canada North, Environmental and Indigenous Practice Groups.
Cole, Avril Gowling WLG (416) 369-4605 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Cole is a partner in Gowling WLG's Mining and Energy industry groups and co-leads the firm's Africa Group. She advises international and Canadian clients and has represented public and private entities, including private equity funds. Her problem-solving skills are often sought by industry for contract negotiations with governments and other regulatory authorities.
Cosentino, Joseph Goodmans LLP (416) 597-4245 email@example.com Mr. Cosentino's practice focuses on construction law, contracts and commercial litigation. He advises owners, contractors, material suppliers and lenders on the drafting and negotiation of complex construction contracts, lien litigation, resolving disputes with respect to high-profile infrastructure and other large capital projects. He is also active in construction related insolvency proceedings.
Curpen, Radha D. Bennett Jones LLP (604) 891-5158 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Curpen is Managing Partner of Bennett Jones' Vancouver office and cochair of the firm's Aboriginal law practice. She specializes in environmental, Aboriginal and regulatory matters, advising on regulatory compliance, business disruption and regulatory enforcement, the defence of environmental related prosecutions and energy projects.
Cusano, John R. Gowling WLG (403) 298-1826 email@example.com Mr. Cusano appears before energy regulators with matters related to market rules applications, transmission system expansions, and cost of capital and other tariff issues. He has extensive experience in oil & gas contractual agreements related to surface rights, natural gas liquids, facility applications, processing service agreements, pipeline agreements and cost of service issues.
Dahme, Harry J. Gowling WLG (416) 862-4300 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Dahme is a Certified Specialist in Environmental Law. He advises on all aspects of environmental law. He has significant expertise counselling clients on environmental due diligence programs and environmental risks in corporate transactions, as well as on matters related to waste management, water and wastewater facilities, chemical substances, contaminated sites and Brownfield redevelopment.
David, Guy Gowling WLG (613) 786-0247 email@example.com Mr. David practises in domestic and international project finance and renewal energy financing, aircraft and airport financing, debt capital markets transactions, and financial regulatory law. He is co-author of David and LegaultDooley, The Annotated Bank Act, published annually by Carswell.
Demers, Nancy Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (418) 640-2018 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Demers is an eminent litigator who represents and advises many institutional work providers, contractors and suppliers on every aspect of construction law. She is recognized as a leading lawyer in construction law who shares expertise and advice applicable to a multitude of scenarios during seminars as part of the Barreau du Québecs Continuing Education program.
Dépelteau, Jean-Pierre Dentons Canada LLP (514) 878-8814 email@example.com Mr. Dépelteau is a member of the Construction and Infrastructure group of Dentons' Montréal office, with over 40 years of experience in the construction industry. He provides legal and strategic advice to a variety of public, semi-public and private sector owners, as well as construction contractors, specialized construction companies and equipment suppliers.
Dietze, Sterling H. Stikeman Elliott LLP (514) 397-3076 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Dietze's domestic and foreign institutional financing and banking practice extends to PPPs and infrastructure. He advises borrowers and lenders. His experience embraces infrastructure, project and international financing transactions.
Doolan, John A. Miller Thomson LLP (604) 643-1236 email@example.com Mr. Doolan is a partner in the Vancouver real estate group of Miller Thomson and co-lead of its Aboriginal Law Group. His practice includes acting for Tsawwassen First Nation on the Tsawwassen Mill shopping centre, infrastructure development and industrial leasing and for a partnership between Tsuut'ina Nation and a national developer carrying out the development of 1,200 acres of Nation land.
Dorion, Robert Gowling WLG (514) 392-9506 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Dorion specializes in business law with an emphasis on corporate commercial law, M&A and tax law. He has developed expertise in corporate reorganizations, acquisitions, mergers and consolidations, contract negotiating, public and private financing, and securities. His large clientele includes public and private companies working in local, national and international economic sectors.
Doyle, Catherine Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP (416) 863-4160 email@example.com Ms. Doyle regularly advises proponents of infrastructure projects throughout Canada, including in the transportation, social infrastructure, alternative energy, power and health-care sectors. She has also represented a wide variety of financial institutions in the financing of infrastructure assets, including bond underwriters, institutional investors, and both Canadian and international banks.
Drance, Jonathan S. Stikeman Elliott LLP (604) 631-1361 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Drance specializes in energy law, including energy-related M&A, corporate finance and project finance. He has participated in transactions involving major pipelines, related oil and gas facilities, power plants and transmission lines. He served on the Board of BC Hydro and has chaired its committees.
He writes extensively on energy law, particularly energy project risks and investment trends.
Dubé, Louis-Martin Lavery, de Billy, L.L.P.
(514) 877-2990 email@example.com Mr. Dubé is a partner with an extensive experience in real estate law acquired with Canadian national law firms and a global financial institution. He advises and represents property owners, developers, pension funds, asset managers, lenders, and tenants in a wide range of real estate transactions, including acquisitions, development projects, financing, and leasing.
Duffy, Patrick G. Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5257 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Duffy is Co-Head of the Project Development & Finance Group. He has considerable experience dealing with environmental assessments and other regulatory approvals in a variety of sectors, including renewable and nonrenewable electricity generation, electricity transmission, mining, transit and transportation, aggregate quarries, and waste management.
Dunsky, Ilan Dentons Canada LLP (514) 878-5833 email@example.com Mr. Dunsky is National Co-Chair of Dentons' Infrastructure and PPP group and an active executive committee member of the global Infrastructure and PPP group. He represents both domestic and international clients in the development of infrastructure, public-private partnerships and project finance, particularly in the energy, transportation and health sectors.
Dyck, Michael Stikeman Elliott LLP (403) 266-9030 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Dyck's real estate practice involves providing advice in connection with a broad range of real estate transactions, including acting for purchasers and vendors of various types of properties, as well as lenders and borrowers with respect to commercial real estate financings. He also provides advice with respect to ownership arrangements, including co-ownerships and limited partnerships.
Dzulynsky, Myron B. Gowling WLG (416) 369-7370 email@example.com Mr. Dzulynsky has extensive experience acting on behalf of financial and strategic counterparties across primary and secondary infrastructure transactions in various sectors.
Elliott, Kelly M. Dentons Canada LLP (613) 783-9678 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Elliott practises in the Real Estate, Project Development, and Banking and Finance groups, with an emphasis on commercial acquisitions, dispositions and secured financings. Her practice incorporates all aspects of commercial real estate and infrastructure transactions, including acquisitions and dispositions, property development, leasing and real estate, and project financing.
Emakpor, Tobor Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP (416) 862-4268 email@example.com Mr. Emakpor has been at the forefront of the development of the P3 market in the UK and in Canada and his experience includes leading P3 projects acting for equity sponsors, lenders, procuring authorities and subcontractors in Canada, the UK and West Africa with an emphasis on the transportation, healthcare and education sectors.
Emblem, Robert D.G. Clyde & Co Canada LLP (514) 764-3650 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Emblem specializes in resolving construction disputes on behalf of construction professionals, contractors and their insurers. He has handled, defended and settled hundreds of construction claims throughout North America over the past 25 years. He is also one of Canada's leading experts in construction insurance.
Fairey, Peter D. Gowling WLG (604) 891-2266 email@example.com Mr. Fairey has a 38-year diversified corporate/commercial private M&A practice including PPP across many sectors. His close to 40 PPP mandates span port, transportation, data, corrections and social/hospital projects.
He also advises on various aspects of energy generation projects.
Ferris, QC, FCIArb, Craig A.B. Lawson Lundell LLP (604) 631-9197 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Ferris acts for local, national and international mining, transportation, construction, power generation and other infrastructure clients in a variety of disputes including those related to public/private partnership agreements, transactions and joint ventures. He has appeared at all levels of BC courts, the Supreme Court of Canada and in private arbitration, both domestic and international.
Ford, R. Andrew Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (514) 397-7547 email@example.com Mr. Ford's practice focuses on infrastructure projects carried out as P3s, design build finance or design build projects and other construction projects.
Experienced in representing both public authorities and private consortia in infrastructure projects, he has been involved in the creation and implementation of major joint-venture projects involving European, Asian and local interests.
Foxcroft, Simon R. Bennett Jones LLP (780) 945-4756 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Foxcroft has a commercial practice focused on mining and energy projects. He draws on his experience as senior in-house counsel for Canada's largest coal mining company to help clients during all the stages of a project, from planning to production. He also provides advice with respect to occupational health and safety matters throughout Western Canada.
Fransen, Aaron Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5231 email@example.com Mr. Fransen is a partner in the Corporate Group and the Project Development & Finance Group. His practice focuses on project finance of infrastructure and energy projects in the bond and bank markets. He represents corporate clients in M&A and other strategic transactions. His clients include banks, government entities, resource companies, media and telecom companies, and private equity firms.
Friend, QC, Anthony L. Bennett Jones LLP (403) 298-3182 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Friend's practice areas include commercial and construction litigation and arbitration, assessment and taxation of privately held infrastructure, and corporate arrangements and restructuring. He has acted in over 85 corporate arrangements and restructurings.
Gagnon, Nicolas Lavery, de Billy, L.L.P.
(514) 877-3046 email@example.com Mr. Gagnon's practice embraces infrastructure and institutional projects, including P3s, and focuses on project agreements, negotiations, procurement, default remedy, multi-party litigation and surety-related matters. He advises public and private sector clients, construction professionals, contractors and surety companies at every stage of construction projects.
Gangbar, Leonard A. Bennett Jones LLP (416) 777-7478 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Gangbar is consistently involved in the development, structuring and financing of complex mixed-use urban projects, and all related multi-party agreements governing their interconnection and use.
Gilain, Guy Miller Thomson LLP (514) 879-2132 email@example.com Specialized in construction law, Mr. Gilain has considerable experience in litigation and in drafting contractual documents. His clientele is composed of owners, developers, general and specialized contractors, and equipment suppliers. He also represents national and multinational companies, and various construction industry associations.
Gilbert, Geoffrey G. Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP (613) 780-3764 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Gilbert practises in the area of project finance, with an emphasis on public-private partnerships and infrastructure transactions. He regularly advises public authorities, private sector participants and lenders, among others, on large and innovative projects in Canada. He has been particularly active in the LRT space.
Gillott, Roger J. Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP (416) 862-6818 email@example.com Mr. Gillott is regularly retained as litigation counsel on the largest infrastructure projects in Canada. He also advises on risk management in construction projects, and tendering and procurement in the public and private sectors.
Gilmour, Bradley S. Bennett Jones LLP (403) 298-3382 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Gilmour's practice focuses on environmental, regulatory, energy and Aboriginal law. He advises on due diligence, environmental approvals, release and incident reporting, contaminated sites and environmental investigations and prosecutions on a range of energy, chemical, petrochemical, hydro, bio-fuel, wind and other industry types.
Glaholt, Duncan W. Glaholt LLP (416) 368-8280 email@example.com Mr. Glaholt, CArb, is one of Canada's most highly recommended construction lawyers, with experience in energy, infrastructure and mining projects. He is a fellow of the CCCL, ACCL and IACL, and author of leading titles on construction law and ADR.
Gordon, Carolena Clyde & Co Canada LLP (514) 764-3664 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Gordon advises construction firms, construction professionals and their insurers in infrastructure projects. A creative and commercially minded problem-solver with extensive trial experience, she is known for her expertise in early mediation and negotiation in complex and multi-party litigation. Over 25 years, she has built a strong reputation as a strategic thinker in dispute resolution.
Green, Bram J. Goodmans LLP (416) 597-4153 email@example.com Mr. Green's commercial real estate practice focuses on acquisitions and divestitures, joint ventures, secured lending, hospitality, public/private projects and renewable energy generation projects. He is assisting Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation in the modernization of its land-based casino gaming.
Griffiths, Leonard J. Bennett Jones LLP (416) 777-7473 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Griffiths is part of the Environmental and Energy team that assists clients with a wide variety of energy, industrial, mining and transportation projects, including obtaining approvals, completing environmental assessments, conducting M&A/financing transactions, risk management and litigation. He is certified by the Law Society of Ontario as a Specialist in Environmental Law.
Hamilton, Peter E. Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5564 email@example.com Mr. Hamilton is a partner in the Banking & Finance Group. His practice has a particular focus in the areas of corporate finance, project finance, the regulation of financial institutions, derivatives, structured finance and insolvency. He advises international banks on the acquisition of Canadian assets, the establishment of Canadian business, transactional matters, and regulatory requirements.
Hankinson, QC, Stuart B. Bennett Jones LLP (604) 891-5188 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Hankinson's practice is focused on complex construction, commercial and insurance dispute resolution. He is called upon by owners, developers, EPC & EPCM contractors, design-builders, design professional, construction insurers, and construction & project managers to mitigate and manage disputes. He also acts as a member of Dispute Adjudication Boards (DAB) and Dispute Resolution Boards (DRB).
Harricks, Paul H. Gowling WLG (416) 369-7296 email@example.com Mr. Harricks leads the Energy Industry Group at Gowling WLG. His transaction-based practice embraces infrastructure, energy and project finance.
He acts for Canadian and international corporations, funds, governments and financial institutions. He has worked on a wide range of infrastructure projects in Canada, the United States, Europe and the Middle East.
Haythorne, John S. Dentons Canada LLP (604) 691-6456 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Haythorne is the Vancouver lead and National Co-Chair of Dentons Canada's Infrastructure and PPP group. He practises in the areas of construction, engineering and infrastructure. He is particularly experienced in publicprivate partnerships, advising owners on the structure and administration of procurement and legal issues relating to design and construction.
Helmstadter, Jane C. Bennett Jones LLP (416) 777-7470 email@example.com Ms. Helmstadter acts for real estate, natural resources and renewable energy clients in domestic and cross-border transactions. She advises on matters related to real estate: acquisition/disposition, financing and structure of ownership vehicles. She assists clients in transactions involving office, retail & industrial property, multi-family residential developments and renewable energy projects.
Holder, Faithe H. Gowling WLG (416) 369-7113 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Holder is a partner in the firm's Real Estate and Financial Services Department, based in the firm's Toronto office. She focuses her practice in infrastructure/P3, commercial real estate and construction law.
Howe, Robert Goodmans LLP (416) 597-5158 email@example.com Mr. Howe practises infrastructure, administrative and regulatory law, emphasizing on municipal and land development matters. He focuses on all aspects of land development for private and public sector clients throughout Ontario, especially the financial aspects of land development, including the financing of significant public infrastructure projects and development charge matters.
Hudec, Albert J. Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP (604) 661-9356 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Hudec is an M&A and securities practitioner with 30+ years experience in cross-border mergers & acquisitions, public and private equity and debt financings (including bought deals and tax-incentive financings), corporate governance and board and independent committee representation. He also practises extensively in the area of Aboriginal law, leading consultations on major resource projects.
Hull, Robert G.S. Gowling WLG (416) 369-7313 email@example.com Mr. Hull specializes in infrastructure/energy fund formation on behalf of both managers/sponsors as well as domestic and international institutional investors. He is also active in creating open and closed end real estate funds.
He represents domestic and international clients active in the Canadian infrastructure and energy sectors, including the supply chain.
Hurley, John Gowling WLG (514) 392-9431 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Hurley has extensive experience in commercial and public law, with special emphasis on First Nations, energy and infrastructure, government relations, regulatory matters, environmental law and international development.
Imerti, Vincenzo F. Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5555 email@example.com Mr. Imerti is a partner in the Real Estate, Private Equity and Tax Groups. His practice focuses on domestic and cross-border corporate, trust and partnership matters. He has extensive experience forming funds and structuring, negotiating and implementing direct and indirect infrastructure, real estate and private equity investment transactions for both Canadian and international clients.
Isaac, Thomas Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP (604) 691-6108 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Isaac is a nationally recognized authority on Aboriginal law and related regulatory and environmental matters, and advises mining, energy, oil, gas, pipeline and forestry companies, lenders and investors, and governments across Canada.
Ivanoff, Paul A. Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP (416) 862-4223 email@example.com Mr. Ivanoff is a partner in the Litigation Department of Osler. His practice focuses on the litigation and arbitration of disputes related to infrastructure and construction projects including power projects, subways and industrial facilities. He is listed in The Lexpert®/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada.
Jackson, Richard J. Stikeman Elliott LLP (604) 631-1357 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Jackson is a partner & Department Head of the Commercial Real Estate Group in Vancouver. His practice emphasizes large commercial and residential real estate transactions, including advising on all aspects of major multi use real estate development projects. His practice also includes acting for the Province of British Columbia on all four modern-day land claims treaties with First Nations.
Jacquin, Maxime Stikeman Elliott LLP (514) 397-2444 email@example.com Mr. Jacquin's practice focuses primarily on banking, project finance, P3 and infrastructure & energy M&A. He also has extensive experience in the energy industry, in particular with respect to renewable energy projects.
Johannsen, Helmut K.
Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP (604) 682-7474 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Johannsen's practice includes all aspects of law relating to construction, engineering, procurement and infrastructure, including: strategic advice; risk mitigation; negotiating, drafting, tendering & interpreting contracts; insurance & bonding; and mediation, arbitration & litigation.
Junger, Robin M. McMillan LLP (778) 329-7523 email@example.com Mr. Junger advises clients on environmental, Aboriginal and regulatory matters, and has helped proponents of energy, infrastructure and other major projects secure approvals. He previously served as BC's Deputy Minister of Energy, Mines & Petroleum Resources, Chair of the BC Oil & Gas Commission, head of the BC Environmental Assessment Office and a Provincial Chief Treaty Negotiator.
Karayannides, George J. Clyde & Co Canada LLP (647) 789-4831 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Karayannides' commercial litigation and arbitration (domestic and international) practice embraces a wide range of complex and high-stakes business disputes, including infrastructure and construction, shareholder remedies, product liability and class actions. He regularly works with foreign counsel on cross-border issues and disputes.
Kauffman, David H. De Grandpré Chait LLP (514) 878-3217 email@example.com Mr. Kauffman is one of the most recognized and experienced lawyers in construction law, infrastructure and development projects in Canada. His practice includes project structuring, financing, licensing, tendering and contracting for major initiatives. In 2015, he published The Construction Hypothec: Insights into Quebec Lien and Construction Law, an expanded treatise of his 2008 monograph.
Kelsall, Brian C. Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (416) 865-5493 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Kelsall's practice is focused on project finance and development, infrastructure, public private partnerships and banking. He has considerable experience in infrastructure development and finance, spanning Canada, the US and emerging markets. Projects include Gordie Howe Bridge, UC Merced Campus Redevelopment, Pennsylvania Bridges, Eglinton LRT and Mackenzie Vaughn Hospital.
Kierans, David B. Gowling WLG (514) 392-9551 email@example.com Mr. Kierans practises in corporate and commercial law with particular emphasis on secured lending, real estate acquisition and finance, asset-backed, project financing and aviation finance. His experience includes energygeneration projects and P3 project finance.
Krawchuk, Leanne C. Dentons Canada LLP (780) 423-7198 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Krawchuk advises mining producers in Canada on corporate/commercial, construction and procurement, corporate finance and securities, mergers & acquisitions, and other mining legal matters including the negotiation of supply agreements with electricity producers. She advises on royalties, price reviews, dedication and unitization agreements, and assignments and transfers of mining interests.
Kussner, Barnet H. WeirFoulds LLP (416) 947-5079 email@example.com Mr. Kussner's municipal law practice covers P3s, municipal infrastructure and public facilities, residential, commercial and mixed-use developments, and Official Plan and zoning by-law reviews. He has extensive experience acting for public and private sector clients before municipal councils, the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (formerly OMB) and all court levels, including the Supreme Court of Canada.
Kyte, Kevin Stikeman Elliott LLP (514) 397-3346 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Kyte's infrastructure practice focuses primarily on domestic and international mergers & acquisitions, governmental requests for proposals and contracts and regulatory issues in business and financing transactions.
He has worked extensively with many industries, including energy, aluminum, steel, pulp & paper, construction and engineering.
Laval, Cyndi D. Gowling WLG (604) 891-2712 email@example.com Ms. Laval is a partner and leader of Gowling WLG's Corporate Finance, M&A and Private Equity Group. She was named one of Vancouver's 30 leading lawyers by the National Post , awarded the Lawyer of the Year-Mining Law (Vancouver) by Best Lawyers in Canada and is recognized as a leading mining, M&A and securities lawyers in several publications.
Leblanc, Nicolas Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (514) 397-5262 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Leblanc focuses on the real estate, transportation and energy sectors and advises stakeholders in diverse infrastructure projects having a strong real estate component. He represents public authorities and proponent consortiums, sponsors, builders and operators in infrastructure procurement processes related to project and construction agreements and real estate and project financings.
Ledgett, Michael Dentons Canada LLP (416) 863-4793 email@example.com Mr. Ledgett has practised law in Ontario for more than 40 years.
He centres his practice on corporate and commercial law, including corporate governance and private company M&A. His clients include businesses (domestic and foreign), governments and their agencies, and not-for-profit organizations.
Lefebvre, Jasmin Miller Thomson LLP (514) 879-2135 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Lefebvre is the Leader of Miller Thomson's National Construction Litigation Group. His practice is focused on handling disputes involving various types of claims related to construction, legal hypothecs and surety bonds. As a litigator, author, and speaker, he has specific expertise with regards to calls for tenders. He has an in-depth knowledge of the construction industry.
Legge, Jennifer G. Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5660 email@example.com Ms. Legge is a senior partner and member of the Toronto Management Committee. She provides advisory services on all aspects of business law and has expertise in two core areas: financing/secured lending and M&A. She acts for borrowers and lenders in domestic and international, secured and unsecured financings in a range of industries and financing types, including infrastructure financing.
Levy, Serge Stikeman Elliott LLP (514) 397-3194 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Levy's practice is focused on banking law, corporate finance, financial services and commercial law. He is involved in sophisticated infrastructure debt financing transactions representing corporate borrowers and financial institutions alike. He regularly acts on mining, project, PPP, restructuring, real estate, and leveraged buyout transactions.
Lewis, QC, Gregory D. Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP (604) 641-4923 email@example.com Mr. Lewis is the Canadian Head of the firm's Infrastructure group. His practice focuses on commercial transactions in infrastructure, energy and other industry sectors. His experience includes PPPs in a variety of sectors, as well as port developments, hydro and co-generation projects.
Lewis, Mark V. Bennett Jones LLP (604) 891-7500 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Lewis's experience includes the acquisition, financing and development of lands for transportation (rail, marine, air and truck) and other public infrastructure purposes, education facilities, seniors housing properties and all-season resorts on government-tenured lands. He has extensive experience structuring co-ownership, joint venture and partnership relationships for real estate projects.
Lissoir, Luc Gowling WLG (514) 392-9571 email@example.com Mr. Lissoir focuses on P3 and alternate mode infrastructure projects, project financing, PE, M&A and Corporate Finance. He acts for authorities, consortiums, developers and lenders on infrastructure matters and major pension funds and asset managers on fund formation, investments in Canada and internationally as well as infrastructure asset portfolio and platform transactions.
Lissoir, Pierre Gowling WLG (514) 392-9543 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Lissoir focuses on energy and mining transactions, public and private corporate matters, project financing, take-overs, and M&A. Through his securities law practice, he has participated actively in corporate and governmental offerings. His practice also involves dealing with and securing approval from the Competition Bureau, Investment Canada and other regulatory agencies.
Little, David W. Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (604) 631-3180 email@example.com Mr. Little is a partner with a focus on construction and infrastructure projects, procurement, public-private partnerships, alternative service delivery and other developments. He has extensive experience with major facilities and transportation, energy and other projects. He is a member of the Public Private Partnership Task Force, Public Sector Accounting Board, and CPA Institute of Canada.
Lyons, Catherine A. Goodmans LLP (416) 597-4183 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Lyons counsels private and public-sector clients in planning and environmental law and social licence matters. Her practice includes infrastructure finance and cost-sharing agreements and associated environmental assessment approvals.
Macaulay, David J. Bennett Jones LLP (403) 298-3479 email@example.com Mr. Macaulay represents domestic and international developers of commercial energy projects, with an emphasis on structuring power, pipeline, oil & gas, storage and other infrastructure projects.
MacDonald, QC, Ross A. Stikeman Elliott LLP (604) 631-1367 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. MacDonald's diverse real estate and commercial practice emphasizes acquisitions, leasing, financing and all aspects of major commercial real estate development projects. His practice also includes real estate-based infrastructure projects, such as the Vancouver/Richmond/YVR Canada Line rapid transit project.
MacKay-Dunn, QC, R. Hector Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP (604) 661-9307 email@example.com Mr. MacKay-Dunn has over 25 years' experience and practises in a broad range of industry sectors, including infrastructure, investment banks and investors in public and private domestic and international financings, mergers & acquisitions, tender offers and joint ventures. He is recognized by Lexpert® as being among the 100 US/Canada Cross-Border Corporate Lawyers in Canada.
MacKenzie, Daphne J. Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5695 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. MacKenzie is Head of the Banking & Finance Group in Toronto. Her practice focuses on banking, project finance, restructurings and insolvency.
She acts for financial institutions and borrowers in domestic and cross border banking, leveraged acquisition, project finance and restructuring transactions. She was an adjunct professor at the University of Western Ontario.
Madras, Mark L. Gowling WLG (416) 862-4296 email@example.com Mr. Madras specializes in the practice of environmental law, including environmental issues in project approvals, regulatory compliance, commercial transactions and dispute resolution.
Maguire, Patrick T. Bennett Jones LLP (403) 298-3184 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Maguire's practice spans all areas of commercial energy law including energy project and infrastructure development, joint ventures, asset and share sales and project financing. Most recently, he has been particularly active in connection with the development, sale and use of pipelines, gas plants and related energy infrastructure.
Mantini, S. Paul Bennett Jones LLP (416) 777-4837 email@example.com Mr. Mantini practises public infrastructure, commercial real estate, project finance, corporate/commercial (with an emphasis on lending and secured transactions) and gaming law. His experience encompasses some of Canada's largest P3 projects, including Toronto Waterfront Revitalization, Niagara Fallsview Casino, MaRS Discovery District and Humber River Hospital.
Manzer, Alison R. Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP (416) 869-5469 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Manzer's practice covers a broad range in the financial services sector, including financial institution regulation, corporate & commercial lending, asset-based financing, securitization and structured finance, private-equity, project finance, asset finance and leasing, business reorganization and syndicated lending. A significant part of her practice involves multi-jurisdiction transactions.
Martin, Karen Dentons Canada LLP (604) 691-6455 email@example.com Ms. Martin's practice focuses on avoiding and resolving disputes on construction, infrastructure and PPP projects. She advises on risk minimization during procurement and construction, and acts as counsel in mediations, arbitrations and litigation.
Martins, Manuel A. Gowling WLG (519) 575-7542 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Martins acts for and advises owners, investors and lenders in the renewable energy and infrastructure industry. His practice includes purchase, sale, leasing and financing transactions. He provides the trusted advice, commonsense thinking and strategic insight clients need to succeed. He is the former leader of the Real Estate Practice Group and a current Trustee of Gowling WLG Canada.
Massé, David Stikeman Elliott LLP (514) 397-3685 email@example.com Mr. Massés practice focuses on domestic and cross-border public and private M&A, debt and equity offerings and corporate finance transactions.
He also has significant experience in energy and mining-related M&A, corporate finance, joint ventures, royalty and streaming transactions, and project development.
Massicotte, Alain Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP (514) 982-4007 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Massicotte focuses on public-private partnerships and also advises foreign governments with respect to infrastructure renewal. He leads significant, complex and high-profile infrastructure projects in Québec across a diverse range of industry sectors. He also contributes to the PPP community, serving on the Executive Committee of The Institute for Public-Private Partnerships of Québec.
Massicotte, Etienne Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP (514) 904-5778 email@example.com Mr. Massicotte's practice embraces infrastructure financing. He has acted on the financing of the CHUSJ, the Restigouche hospital and wind farms, as well as on bids relating to the Montréal acoustic hall, the U of M hospital research centre, the Baie St-Paul hospital, NBSL, the A25 bridge and waste treatment centers.
McCormick, Timothy Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5674 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. McCormick is a partner practising corporate and securities law. He has extensive experience in commercial and corporate finance matters, including initial public offerings, restructurings, reorganizations, joint ventures, and debt and equity financings. He has set up Canadian operations of multinational corporations, and the incorporation and shareholders' agreements for domestic start-ups.
McFadden, QC, David J. Gowling WLG (416) 369-7243 email@example.com Mr. McFadden is involved in the development, financing and management of infrastructure projects. His infrastructure experience encompasses the transportation, electricity and social infrastructure sectors. Applying his background in energy and infrastructure, he is Chair of the Board of Directors of Toronto Hydro Corp. and 407 International Inc.
McKenzie, Maria K. Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP (604) 661-9319 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. McKenzie advises the public and private sectors and lenders on all aspects of the planning, development, procurement and implementation of infrastructure and construction projects, including public-private partnerships. She also advises on other commercial transactions, and other financing transactions for both lenders and borrowers.
Messinger, Stephen J. Minden Gross LLP (416) 369-4147 email@example.com Mr. Messinger focuses on commercial development and leasing. He acts for developers, property managers, trust companies, pension funds and retail chains. A frequent lecturer, he is recognized as a most frequently recommended leasing lawyer.
Michael, Ian C. Bennett Jones LLP (416) 777-5778 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Michael's practice is focused on corporate and securities law with an emphasis on M&A involving public companies and private equity investments, corporate finance and aviation infrastructure consortia. He has worked extensively with Chinese companies in connection with their Canadian investments and acquisitions.
Mix, Martin Gowling WLG (403) 298-1853 email@example.com Mr. Mix focuses on domestic and cross-border corporate finance and M&A deals, as well as private equity transactions. He acts for public and private issuers and underwriters on transactional matters, including public and private debt and equity offerings, reorganizations and recapitalizations.
He advises on corporate governance and securities regulatory compliance matters to various issuers.
Mondrow, Ian A. Gowling WLG (416) 369-4670 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Mondrow leads Gowling WLG's energy regulation and policy practice in Toronto. He advises on a variety of matters in the natural gas and electricity sectors, including energy policy, regulatory policy and process, rates and tariff matters, facilities applications and compliance and licensing issues.
Murphy, Timothy J. McMillan LLP (416) 865-7908 email@example.com Mr. Murphy, former Chief of Staff to Canada's prime minister, advises lenders, equity investors, subcontractors and public authorities in project finance transactions, including P3s. Recent closed transactions include the Finch LRT and Champlain Bridge. He is the editor of Construction Law in Canada and Adjunct Professor at the UofT Faculty of Law.
Naccarato, D. John Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP (613) 780-8608 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Naccarato's practice focuses on P3 and alternative financing projects, where he brings his 35 years of experience in commercial real estate and construction law to infrastructure redevelopment. He has also been involved in many merger and acquisition, asset based lending, corporate and commercial, banking, development, leasing and project finance transactions over the course of his career.
Ngo, Phuong Gowling WLG (613) 786-0236 email@example.com Ms. Ngo is a bilingual partner in the Ottawa office and leads our Procurement Group. Her expertise involves training and providing strategic legal advice on the design and conduct of procurement processes, proposal preparation, government terms and conditions, drafting procurement documentation, compliance, and representation in related litigation and disputes.
Nordick, D'Arcy Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5508 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Nordick is Co-Head of the Capital Markets and Public Mergers & Acquisitions Groups in Toronto. He is a member of various internal and external groups focused on infrastructure and the financing thereof. He advises clients on mergers and acquisitions (public and private), corporate finance, securities, licensing and joint ventures, project development and general corporate and commercial law.
Northey, Rodney V. Gowling WLG (416) 369-6666 email@example.com Mr. Northey is in his 29th year of practice focused on environmental assessments and approvals. Author of the Guide to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (LexisNexis 2018). Member of the federal environmental assessment reform panel and Ontario's GTA West EA advisory panel. Major ongoing environmental assessment work for municipalities and an Indigenous EA proponent in northern Ontario.
O'Leary, Dean A. Farris, Vaughan, Wills & Murphy LLP (604) 661-9316 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. O'Leary's practice focuses on corporate and commercial law, with an emphasis on energy and infrastructure matters. He regularly advises public utilities on a range of issues, including power supply arrangements and capital expenditure projects. He also advises government and private industry clients on public-private partnerships, land use, expropriation and other real property matters.
Osler, William S. Bennett Jones LLP (403) 298-3426 email@example.com Mr. Osler's practice includes securities law and M&A, commercial transactions and corporate governance, with a particular focus on the energy sector. He has significant experience in IPOs and other public offerings for issuers and underwriters, as well as Canadian and international take-over bids and plans of arrangement, corporate reorganizations, divestitures, joint ventures and partnerships.
Ouimet, François H. Stikeman Elliott LLP (514) 397-3057 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Ouimet's corporate, real estate, and private and institutional financing practice includes experience with P3s and infrastructure projects, capitalizations, syndications, commercial contracts, leasing, securities and securitizations.
Palm, W. Ian Gowling WLG (416) 369-7332 email@example.com Mr. Palm advises on capital markets and M&A transactions and fund formation mandates focusing on energy, infrastructure and technology sectors.
His Canadian and international clients include pension funds and PE and infrastructure funds and investors.
Parappally, Justin Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5591 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Parappally is a partner in the Banking & Finance Group at the Toronto office. He has expertise in acquisition financing, gold streaming transactions, mining debt finance, project finance, debtor-in-possession financing, and asset-based lending transactions. He acts for financial institutions, non-bank lenders and borrowers in domestic, cross-border, and international banking transactions.
Paura, C. Mario Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5638 email@example.com Mr. Paura is Head of the Toronto Real Estate Group and Co-Head of the National Group specialising in commercial real estate and leasing, financing and M&A for private and public companies and REITs. He advises on privatization of public real estate companies, capital market transactions, purchases and divestitures of businesses by way of share and asset purchases, partnerships and joint ventures.
Picotte, Daniel Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (514) 397-7527 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Picotte's practice focuses on M&A, reorganization, equity and institutional investment with a special emphasis on the infrastructure and industrial sectors. His experience encompasses over three decades of challenging projects, in Canada and abroad, several of which broke new ground.
Plater, L. Greg Stikeman Elliott LLP (403) 266-9051 email@example.com Mr. Plater provides advice on large scale real estate development projects, infrastructure projects (including P3 transactions), renewable energy projects, joint ventures, construction arrangements and project-related environmental law in BC and Alberta, on behalf of a broad range of governments, Crown corporations and private-sector clients.
Plotkin, Ella Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (416) 865-4489 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Plotkin leads Fasken's Infrastructure & PPP group. Her practice focuses on project finance and development, infrastructure, banking and public private partnerships. She has considerable experience in infrastructure development and finance in Canada, the US and emerging markets. Projects include UC Merced Campus Redevelopment, Pennsylvania Bridges, Eglinton LRT and Mackenzie Vaughn Hospital.
Porter, Dana Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5533 email@example.com Mr. Porter is a partner in the Real Estate Group. His practice focuses on the acquisition and financing of income properties, structured and project finance, P3s and other public sector transactions. He represents a number of institutional investors, lenders and advisors, public sector entities and private sector suppliers of services and materials to the public sector.
Posen, Stephen Minden Gross LLP (416) 369-4103 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Posen focuses on complex commercial real estate and leasing and acts for sophisticated landlords and tenants. A frequent author and lecturer, he has served as arbitrator, mediator and expert witness on various leasing issues.
Prete, Jana Bennett Jones LLP (403) 298-4478 email@example.com Ms. Prete advises oil & gas and power clients on corporate commercial law, mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures and other energy-related matters.
She advises on a variety of aspects pertaining to energy project development, including joint ventures, operation and maintenance, transportation, processing and marketing arrangements as they relate to LNG, oil sands, shale gas and power projects.
Pritchard, Andrew Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP (613) 780-8607 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Pritchard practises corporate and commercial law with an emphasis on energy-related projects including real estate, land use and development and regulatory matters. He has extensive experience in acquisitions, dispositions, financings and development of energy projects, including the structuring of ownership and management projects.
Reynolds, R. Bruce Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP (416) 585-8601 email@example.com Mr. Reynolds is co-chair of the International Projects Group of Singleton Reynolds. He represents Canadian and International clients in the litigation, arbitration and mediation of disputes and advises on contract development for major infrastructure and construction projects including public-private partnerships. In May, he was named Who's Who Legal's Construction Lawyer of the Year for 2018.
Richer La Flèche, Erik Stikeman Elliott LLP (514) 397-3109 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Richer La Flèche's practice in Canada and abroad extends to project finance, social infrastructure, rail, ports, roads, energy and mining. He has completed mandates in more than 35 countries and is a member of the Ontario and Québec Bars.
Rimer, Philip M. Dentons Canada LLP (613) 783-9634 email@example.com Mr. Rimer practises in the Real Estate, Project Development, and Banking and Finance Practice groups, primarily on behalf of institutional stakeholders (including pension funds, banks and public-sector entities) in commercial real estate and infrastructure projects.
Roth, Jason D. Bennett Jones LLP (403) 298-2070 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Roth is head of the firm's Capital Projects Industry Group. He advises on infrastructure development projects and represents owners/developers and contractors in relation to domestic and international infrastructure, LNG, power, electrical transmission, pipeline, natural gas processing and other projects.
Roth, Robert R. Dentons Canada LLP (780) 423-7228 email@example.com Mr. Roth's transactional practice includes project development, infrastructure, P3s, joint ventures and other structuring alternatives. Recent projects include: water and wastewater infrastructure; and electricity generation and transmission facilities.
Sadikman, Jacob Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP (416) 862-4931 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Sadikman's practice focuses on commercial aspects of the electricity sector, specializing in renewable energy. He advises clients on power generation projects and related assets across multiple technologies and on other electricity infrastructure across Canada. He also maintains a specialty advising on regulatory aspects of commodities and derivatives trading and marketplace matters.
Sallée, Clémentine Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP (514) 982-4077 email@example.com Ms. Sallée practises in the area of infrastructure, project finance, construction and procurement law. She advises on the development and preparation of tenders, drafting and negotiation of partnership and other commercial agreements on infrastructure projects and clean energy ventures; and on the administration of the design, construction and/or operational phases of such projects.
Sanderson, Laurie J. Gowling WLG (613) 786-0169 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Sanderson is a recognized expert and trusted advisor on issues unique to commercial leasing. She takes a practical results-oriented approach to all matters. Her clients can count on a level of service that is matched only by her expertise.
Sandrin, Larry R. Bennett Jones LLP (604) 891-5142 email@example.com Mr. Sandrin's practice includes real estate components of, and major governmental approval processes in, PPP infrastructure projects. These have included several of British Columbia's most prominent transportation, healthcare, educational, utility and community recreational projects.
Schyven, Melissa Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5232 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Schyven is a partner in the Real Estate, Energy-Power and Banking & Finance Groups. Her practice focuses on commercial real estate as well as a variety of banking transactions with an emphasis on project and acquisition finance. She also acts for developers and lenders with respect to power generation matters including renewable energy.
Scott, T.E. (Ted) McMillan LLP (416) 865-7183 email@example.com Mr. Scott is a senior corporate partner who carries on an active business law practice with an emphasis on mergers & acquisitions, private equity, joint ventures and strategic alliances. He has broad experience assisting clients in the negotiation, establishment and operation of joint ventures in the infrastructure space.
Sebastiano, Rocco M. Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP (416) 862-5859 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Sebastiano, also an engineer, focuses on infrastructure and P3 projects.
He has advised on projects such as Highway 407 ETR, Spadina Subway Extension, Union Pearson Express, Maritime Link, St. Michael's Hospital Redevelopment and Toronto Pearson Airport.
Sherrard, Matthew Gowling WLG (514) 392-9428 email@example.com Mr. Sherrard has advised extensively on renewable energy projects, including environmental matters, power purchase and impact and benefit agreements between project proponents and Indigenous communities.
Working closely with Indigenous clients, he advises regularly on commercial agreements, governance and government relations matters, including Nation-to-Nation agreements.
Singleton, QC, John R.
Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP (604) 682-7474 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Singleton is the founding member and managing partner of Singleton Reynolds. He has concentrated on the areas of insurance, construction, professional liability and environmental matters, on behalf of property owners, architects, engineers, contractors, regulatory agencies and insurers and has acted as counsel in several precedent-setting cases for clients in these areas.
Skelton, Christopher R. Bennett Jones LLP (403) 298-3309 email@example.com Mr. Skelton is a partner in Bennett Jones' Calgary office and a member of the firms Oil & Gas and Private Equity groups. His practice relates primarily to commercial transactions, with a focus on private investments and acquisitions, and project joint ventures, construction and procurement.
Smellie, James H. Gowling WLG (403) 298-1816 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Smellie's extensive energy regulatory practice includes broad experience in relation to infrastructure projects across Canada, particularly including pipeline and electricity transmission projects, across a wide range of stakeholders.
Smith, QC, Lawrence E. (Laurie) Bennett Jones LLP (403) 298-3315 email@example.com Mr. Smith is a former NEB counsel, and lead regulatory counsel to oil/gas pipelines, LNG exports, and Alberta's largest gas distributor. Appeared - Supreme Court of Canada, federal/provincial Appeal Courts; testified - House of Commons/Senate Committees, NAFTA Chapter 11 panel, California Energy Commission. Member: Royal Military College Board of Governors; past member: Montreal Neurological Institute Advisory Board.
Stenger, Geoff Bennett Jones LLP (403) 298-3642 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Stenger's legal practice is focused on infrastructure development projects, including in the oil & gas, industrial, transmission, renewable, pipeline, LNG, and government infrastructure (including P3) industries. His experience includes assistance on a variety of EPC, EPCM, DB(FM), OEM supply and JV agreements as well as on RFP, lien and performance security (LC, PCG, bonds) related matters.
Stuber, Ron Dentons Canada LLP (604) 443-7129 email@example.com Mr. Stuber is the National Co-Lead of Dentons Canada LLP's Renewable Energy team. His practice focuses on the development and financing of projects and major commercial transactions, particularly in the energy and infrastructure sectors. He has extensive international experience advising proponents, lenders and others involved in major projects and transactions.
Tenaille, France M. Gowling WLG (416) 369-7398 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Tenaille is a leading corporate/commercial lawyer and her practice includes private M&A, project finance and related international transactions.
She focuses particularly on the Latin American mining, energy and natural resources sectors.
Tosto, Anna M. Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (613) 696-6887 email@example.com Ms. Tosto's practice includes a focus on the transportation industry.
She advises on privatization, financing, procurement, contract negotiations and M&A. Her clients include lenders, lessors and lessees on cross-border rail securitizations.
Tremblay, Louis-Michel Miller Thomson LLP (514) 871-5421 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Tremblay's clientele consists largely of mining and major energy companies, general and specialized contractors. In combination with mediation and arbitration proceedings. He provides legal advice on call for tenders' procedures, construction insurance, construction bonds, legal hypothec and claims for additional costs incurred during construction projects.
Turcotte, Maxime Stikeman Elliott LLP (514) 397-2421 email@example.com Mr. Turcotte focuses on corporate finance, private and public M&A, P3 sponsor work and infrastructure & energy M&A. He also has extensive experience in the energy industry, in particular with respect to wind power and hydro projects. In 2018, he was included in The Lexpert®/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada.
Turmel, André Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (514) 397-5141 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Turmel works on project development in the energy sector, negotiates and drafts electricity generation, supply and transmission agreements in the biomass, biogas, hydro and wind sectors in Canada, Asia and Africa, and advises on oil & gas permits and licences. He also works on institutional reforms in the energy sector worldwide.
Tzekas, Christopher J. WeirFoulds LLP (416) 947-5039 email@example.com An authority on expropriation, Mr. Tzekas represents provincial ministries, municipalities and a range of private clients. He has acted on significant infrastructure projects, such as the extension of the subway into York Region and the construction of HONI's Bruce to Milton 500 kV corridor. He appears regularly before tribunals, councils and courts.
Umar-Khitab, Faran Gowling WLG (416) 862-3582 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Umar-Khitab has an active M&A, corporate finance, corporate governance and commercial law practice. He advises institutional investors, private equity funds, venture capital funds and strategic purchasers on complex investments, acquisitions and dispositions across a number of industries.
He also advises a number of TSX and TSXV-listed issuers and provides general counsel services.
Vautour, André Lavery, de Billy, L.L.P.
(514) 878-5595 email@example.com Mr. Vautour is a partner at Lavery. He practises in corporate and commercial law with a particular interest in governance issues and strategic alliances, joint ventures and investment funds in the fields of infrastructure, transportation and technology.
Veilleux, Niko Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP (514) 904-5636 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Veilleux's practice focuses on public and private M&A, corporate finance, securities and private equity/venture capital, notably complex cross-border and multi-jurisdictional transactions. He advises on corporate governance matters, as well.
Vilder, Sébastien Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP (514) 982-5080 email@example.com Mr. Vilder specializes in bank financing, project financing and asset based financing. He has been involved in numerous bank and project financings in Canada, Europe, Africa and Asia. Other areas of expertise include energy and infrastructure projects. He acts for financial institutions, investment funds, development banks, sponsors and companies.
Vogel, Sharon C. Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP (416) 585-8602 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Vogel is co-chair of Singleton Reynolds' Construction & Infrastructure group. She specializes in infrastructure and industrial project dispute resolution and contract negotiation in relation to highways, railways, tunnels, pipelines, hospitals and mines. In addition to other recognitions, she was recently selected as one of the top 25 women in litigation for 2018 by Benchmark Litigation.
Voore, Mihkel E. Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5646 email@example.com Mr. Voore is a senior partner in the Capital Markets and M&A Groups in the Toronto office. His corporate and securities law practice includes specializations in M&A, corporate finance (infrastructure and P3 projects), corporate governance and contested shareholder meetings. He has been involved in a number of innovative transactions including bond and hybrid bank/bond financing structures.
Warren, Robert B. WeirFoulds LLP (416) 947-5075 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Warren's administrative law practice includes advising public- and private-sector clients on energy and environmental matters in infrastructure projects, as well as the governance considerations underlying such projects.
Westcott, Peter G. Bennett Jones LLP (416) 777-4884 email@example.com Mr. Westcott advises on Public-Private Partnerships and Alternative Finance and Procurement transactions. He advises Canadian and cross-border proponents and investors on project financings and on the design and construction of a wide range of P3 transactions, including contracts with public authorities and construction and service subcontracts, in sectors including healthcare, transit and energy.
Whitlock, QC, Wayne R. Bennett Jones LLP (403) 298-3331 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Whitlock focuses on restructuring and workouts of real estate loans, real estate lending & zoning and development approvals and the purchase and sale of condominiums, commercial and retail projects and real estate joint ventures and partnerships. His clients include land development projects, shopping centres, offices, hotels, golf course resorts, entertainment centres and condominiums.
Wilson, Judy Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP (416) 863-5820 email@example.com Ms. Wilson advises clients across the globe on the full spectrum of infrastructure and public procurement issues. She has extensive experience in contracts to engage the private sector in the provision of traditional government services, and is a leading practitioner in the field of alternative finance and procurement projects and infrastructure development projects.
Wilson, Paul C. Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (604) 631-4748 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Wilson specializes in private and public infrastructure projects and transactions. He advises on major port projects, pipelines, oil & gas, power, mining and LNG projects across Canada. His work includes project agreements, infrastructure agreements, project financing, Aboriginal agreements and contracting. He is also involved in transportation projects relating to Canada's Pacific Gateway.
Wise, Howard M. Goodmans LLP (416) 597-4281 email@example.com Mr. Wise's practice includes trial and appellate work as well as mediation and arbitration of construction disputes. He also advises on P3, DBFM and EPC contracts. He regularly acts for owners, contractors and sub-contractors.
Author of the Manual of Construction Law and co-author of Construction, Builders' & Mechanics' Liens in Canada (7th ed.), Carswell. Certified Specialist in Construction law.
Wong, Lilly A. Gowling WLG (416) 369-4630 firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Wong is a senior practitioner specializing in the financial services and insolvency and restructuring areas. She has led many infrastructure and energy project finance loans and a wide range of other types of domestic and international loans.
Wong, Richard G.C. Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP (416) 862-6467 email@example.com Mr. Wong is Chair of Osler's Construction and Infrastructure Group (Ontario Bar 1997, New York Bar 2000) advising owners, contractors, and design professionals in developing capital projects in industry sectors such as municipal development, P3/infrastructure, energy, mining, and health care. He is active with the ABA Construction Forum, the Osgoode Certificates in Construction Law and Mining Law.
Wright, Brian G. Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP (416) 865-5488 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Wright's banking and finance practice is focused on representing financial institutions on the structuring, documentation and negotiation of complex lending and other debt financing transactions. He is the former Chair of the Business Law Section for the firm's Ontario Region.
Younger, Douglas Aird & Berlis LLP (416) 865-4140 email@example.com Mr. Younger is Chair of the firm's Infrastructure Group. He has advised on P3 projects since their inception in Canada, including some of the largest transactions in the country. With domestic and international experience, he provides sound advice to governments, equity sponsors, funders and subcontractors on a wide variety of civil, transportation and accommodation projects.
Zacher, Glenn M. Stikeman Elliott LLP (416) 869-5688 firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Zacher is a partner in the Litigation Group and Co-Head of the Energy Group. His practice focuses on complex commercial disputes in the energy sector and on energy regulatory matters. He represents clients before courts and tribunals (including the OEB and NEB) in regulatory and appeal proceedings, including in regards to the approval and permitting of major infrastructure projects.
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