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Norton Rose Fulbright
1800-510 WEST GEORGIA STREET
VANCOUVER, BC V6B 0M3
Canada

Work Department

Indigenous law; Environmental law; Oil and gas; Power and utilities; Energy; Environmental, social and governance (ESG); Energy, infrastructure and resources

Position

Of Counsel

Career

https://www.nortonrosefulbright.com/en-ca/people/128759

Lawyer Rankings

Canada > Indigenous law

(Rising stars)

Emily ChanNorton Rose Fulbright

Norton Rose Fulbright‘s indigenous law group acts as a regular and trusted advisor to governments, project financiers, developers and proponents, supporting them with commercial, regulatory and litigation matters. The practice benefits from a strong international and domestic network of offices, which places it in a unique position to advise on the Equator Principles and international risk management frameworks applied to project finance. Negotiating land claims and joint ventures between industry clients and indigenous groups are other areas of focus for the team whose caseload also features challenges to project approvals. Of-counsel Pierre-Christian Labeau in Québec is seasoned in treaty negotiations and consultation agreements related to mining and energy development. He oversees the group with litigation specialist Aldo Argento and Ray Chartier , who is counsel of choice for energy clients in relation to Indigenous and treaty rights issues. Both are based in Calgary. Emily Chan is a key individual in Vancouver for regulatory processes and impact benefit agreements.