Alison Babbitt is an English- and Ontario-competent challenge finance attorney focused on mining, renewables and clean up technological innovation sectors. Possessing earlier worked in the London and Bahrain workplaces, and now positioned in Canada, she has considerable experience advising on equally domestic and multi-jurisdictional international initiatives, like in LatAm and EMEA. Ms. Babbitt has performed an integral part advising consumers on transactions across a selection of marketplace sectors (mining, renewables, clean know-how, infrastructure, P3, conventional ability, and oil & gas). She is an arranged, options-oriented lawyer with a powerful familiarity of the policies and phrases and ailments of quite a few economic establishments and the commercial realities and problems faced by venture builders and among the lending groups. Her capability to navigate elaborate difficulties and help with formulating answers to satisfy normally disparate prerequisites among job contributors has been identified by the consumers she serves, which include sponsors, business loan companies, Islamic finance institutions, export credit rating agencies and growth and multilateral financing institutions. As co-lead of Norton Rose Fulbright’s Canadian ESG staff, she is actively included in advising consumers on ESG-related matters and sustainable finance.
Andrea Brewer supplies strategic lawful counsel in all parts of corporate regulation, specializing in public mergers and acquisitions, money marketplaces, ESG and company governance matters. Ms. Brewer regularly advises on general public listing transactions, which include original community offerings and reverse choose-overs, throughout a lot of industries, such as technological know-how, cannabis, psychedelics and mining. She acts for public and private providers in respect of financings, M&A (like get-about bids and strategy of arrangement) and company reorganizations. Ms. Brewer also consistently advises administrators, C-suite executives and shareholders in the context of complicated shareholder and board relations, negotiations and shareholder meetings across all business sectors. Ms. Brewer is co-chair of Norton Rose Fulbright’s Canadian corporate finance and securities workforce and is a member of Norton Rose Fulbright’s distinctive situations team, which encompasses Canada’s top hostile M&A, shareholder activist and defence mandates and complicated reorganization transactions. She is also a member of the firm’s Countrywide Pro Bono Committee, the founding Toronto co-chair of Get (Females in Norton Rose Fulbright), and a earlier member of the scholar committee in the Toronto business.
Ray Chartier is a dispute resolution lawyer with a focus on issues relating to key infrastructure jobs and both of those electricity and the transportation sectors, as properly as rail regulatory issues and disputes. He advises customers on Indigenous legal challenges precisely, and ESG hazards, regulation and compliance concerns. Ray has assisted customers concerned in regulatory proceedings right before the two federal and provincial regulators, and with environmental review panels evaluating proposed important pipeline projects. He consistently advises clients with regards to the obligation to consult with Indigenous Peoples, and in relation to concerns of Free, Prior and Informed Consent in the context of challenge developments. Ray has significant knowledge representing both non-public sector customers and governments included in negotiations, disputes and judicial overview proceedings involving major infrastructure projects and amenities.