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Bennett Jones LLP
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Partner, Head of Mining


Sander Grieve practises public market finance and mergers and acquisitions. While Sander acts for clients in a number of industries, he focuses on global mining exploration, development and extraction. In the finance field, he acts on behalf of issuers, underwriters and agents with respect to domestic and international securities issues. His M&A activities include engagements for a variety of vendors and purchasers, in the context of the full range of friendly and hostile mandates. His corporate retainers include advice on matters of corporate governance issues and crisis response and management. Sander is an active contributor in national, provincial and local politics, providing policy and communications advice to political leaders. He employs this knowledge in advising clients in relation to their interface with matters of public policy and government entities.


Queen’s University, B.A. (Hons) | University of Detroit Mercy, JD, 1996, including term of study of international law in London, England | University of Windsor, LLB, 1996

Lawyer Rankings

Canada > Energy and natural resources > Mining

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Sander GrieveBennett Jones LLP

Bennett Jones LLP leverages the deep bench strength of its locations in Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa and New York, to advise issuers, underwriters, agents and multinational mining companies involved in multi-jurisdictional, high-value M&A transactions, in addition to complex matters related to project finance, capital markets, construction, securities and the environment. Mining industry expert Sander Grieve leads the team, assisting with high-value M&A and matters involving global mining exploration, development and extraction. Other key figures include Abbas Ali Khan, a specialist in securities and corporate commercial law, who works in the Vancouver and Toronto offices; Linda Misetich Dann, who negotiates and structures asset and share acquisitions, strategic alliances, joint ventures and corporate reorganizations; and Andrew Disipio, who advises public companies on corporate and securities law obligations. Osie Ukwuoma was promoted to partner in March 2023. Unless noted, all lawyers mentioned work in the Toronto office.