Sacha Paul’s practice focuses primarily in two areas of law – Aboriginal law and public/administrative law. Sacha has experience working for resource developers, such as mining companies, forestry companies, and hydro-electric utilities, in engaging with First Nations and Metis communities, particularly when it comes to future resource developments or the impacts of past developments.
Sheryl Rosenberg has been practising environmental law at Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP for 25 years. Her work includes helping clients manage regulatory compliance concerning contaminated sites and advising on environmental aspects of commercial deals, but her primary focus is on permitting and licensing of project expansions, alterations and closure of existing operations and achieving regulatory approval of new developments in the energy and mining sectors.
John Stefaniuk has a broad range of project experience in natural resources, hydroelectricity, environmental, municipal and property development. He has significant experience in development, municipal and environmental licensing and approvals, consultation, government relations, acquisitions, financing, municipal development approvals. John represents clients in energy, mining, forestry, banking, agribusiness, and property development industries.
Congratulations to Sheryl, Sacha and John on this recognition.
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