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Mining in the Courts, Vol. XI

The 11th annual edition of Mining in the Courts provides a one-stop annual update on legal developments impacting the mining industry. In addition to providing summaries of many of the most important cases, this edition contains articles with our insights on current legal trends and what we think the industry can expect to face in the coming year. 

Topics covered in this edition include:

  • Aboriginal Law and UNDRIP;
  • Administrative Law;
  • Bankruptcy and Insolvency;
  • Civil Procedure;
  • Constitutional Law;
  • Contract Law;
  • COVID-19 and its impact on the Mining Sector;
  • Criminal Law;
  • Climate Disclosure and Environmental Law;
  • Intellectual Property Litigation;
  • Labour and Employment Law, including workplace impairment;
  • Shareholder Rights and Remedies; and
  • Tax Law.

McCarthy Tétrault’s mining litigators offer strategic approaches and innovative strategies to resolve complex disputes, including through mediation, arbitration and litigation. They offer world-class experience and have expertise in the full range of issues that affect mining clients, including property ownership and construction concerns, environmental matters, Aboriginal issues and the interpretation of mining agreements. The Global Mining Litigation Group draws from one of Canada’s largest and longest-standing litigation practices, involved in some of the most high-profile, precedent-setting cases in Canadian legal history.

Special thanks to the following students for their assistance on the publication:

Robert Celac, Sarah Chiavarini, Lindsay Frame, Nishant Jain, Heather Mallabone, Quentin Peres, Alexandra Simard, Sarah Tella, Alexandra Comber, and Will Fraser.

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