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Dentons named number one Top Governmental Affairs firm by James Magazine
Dentons has been named the number one Top Governmental Affairs firm by James Magazine in its October 2017 Top Lobbyists issue.
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New York Salary History Inquiry Ban
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Dentons has one of the largest and most experienced PPP teams of any international law firm, advising on infrastructure and PPP projects in all sectors across Canada and worldwide.
We have assisted the public sector, project sponsors, third party investors, contractors and lenders with all aspects of PPP arrangements across a broad range of infrastructure sectors. Our global reach and our experience in advising both the private sector and public authorities on PPP projects throughout Canada and around the world makes us uniquely placed to understand the issues which stakeholders face in successfully procuring, negotiating and implementing PPP projects.
With offices in each of Canada’s key economic centers—Montréal, Ottawa, Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver—we draw on best practices from across the country and provide fully integrated service wherever you do business. Dentons' clients also benefit from our ability to leverage expertise from our global offices, with approximately 3,000 lawyers and professionals in more than 80 locations spanning 50-plus countries across Africa, Asia Pacific, Canada, Central Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Russia and the CIS, the UK and the US.
Our firm is recognized for its expertise in advising on PPP projects within a wide range of sectors, including:
Our dedicated Infrastructure and PPP Group:
Counsel to a short-listed consortium in connection with its bid on the innovative PPP transmission line project in northern Alberta (approx. CA$1.6 billion).
Dentons is proud to congratulate our 13 Canadian lawyers who were listed as “Canada’s Leading Infrastructure Lawyers” by Lexpert, in its recent special edition on infrastructure appearing in The Globe and Mail's Report on Business magazine.
Dentons is honored to be recognized once again as a top 10 leading law firm brand in Canada in Acritas’ recently released Canadian Law Firm Brand Index 2016. Acritas measures the feedback and preferences of our clients and other key consumers of legal services in Canada and around the world.
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In recent years, one of the most significant challenges faced by major pipeline projects has been the constitutional question of whether governments have satisfied their duty to consult Aboriginal groups as required by section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982.
With the signing of a detailed agreement that covers dozens of areas of public policy over a 10-page accord, British Columbia's New Democratic Party (NDP) and Green Party have aligned to form the next government in British Columbia.
While the final seat tally is still not yet resolved, one outcome of the 2017 British Columbia election is clear: there are uncertain policy waters ahead. This is particularly true for BC’s resource sector, and Canada’s resource industries that depend on access to global markets through Canada’s Asia Pacific gateways on the coast.
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A team from Dentons’ Montréal office, including Anca Neacsu and Mathilde Carrière, advised ENGIE Services in its role as operation and maintenance provider in a consortium selected for the operation of this comprehensive energy management project, which includes long-term operation and management on a concession basis of the University’s energy infrastructure.
Dentons is pleased to announce that Michael Ledgett, partner in our Toronto office, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP).
Global law firm Dentons, Colombia’s Cárdenas & Cárdenas, and Mexico’s López Velarde, today announced that the partners of each firm have approved the combination of the three firms, bringing the world’s largest law firm to two of Latin America’s top four economies.
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