Peter Brady is a partner in our Litigation and Mining Groups and co-head of the firm’s National Environmental, Regulatory & Aboriginal Group. He brings vast experience in Environmental law, extractive industry projects, occupational health and safety law, and anti-corruption compliance to McCarthy Tétrault.
Peter has rejoined the partnership in 2014 after seven years overseeing a global legal mandate for a multi-national mining company.
Peter advises and represents clients in all legal aspects of regulatory litigation, with particular emphasis in the areas of environmental law, occupational health & safety law and mining law. He also has extensive experience in anti-corruption compliance, investigations, and due diligence for transactions involving (Canada, Indonesia, China, USA and Africa).
After completing his legal studies in Ontario, he served as a law clerk for Chief Justice Allan McEachern of the British Columbia Court of Appeal (1996-1997)
Peter received his BA (Hons.) in 1990 from the University of Guelph and his MA in 1991 from the University of Windsor. His master’s thesis involved a detailed analysis of sentencing in environmental cases in Ontario. Following completion of his master’s, he obtained his LLB from Queen's University in 1996.
“Creating Time: The Top Performer is No Chicken Little,” Canadian Corporate Counsel Association Magazine, Summer 2016 Edition, Volume 10 No. 2.
“When Compliance Policies Fail: Addressing the Monitoring Deficit,” Financier Worldwide Magazine, May 2017 issue.
"Rocked: Canadian mining companies deal with fallout from Supreme Court ruling," BCBusiness Magazine, January 2019 issue.