Stikeman Elliott LLP

Stikeman Elliott is a global leader in Canadian business law, offering creative solutions to clients across Canada and around the world. The firm provides the highest quality counsel, decisive advice, and workable solutions through offices located in Montréal, Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary, Vancouver, New York, London and Sydney.

When Heward Stikeman and Fraser Elliott first opened the firm’s doors in 1952, they were united in their pledge to do things differently to help clients meet their Canadian business objectives. They made it their mission to deliver only the highest quality counsel and most efficient services.

Combined with a commitment to the pursuit of excellence and spirit of innovation, their direction remains a driving force behind our pledge to help advance client goals. But as Stikeman Elliott’s leadership, prominence, and recognition continue to grow, we remain true to the core values that guide us every day:

  • Partnering in our clients’ success – making their goals, our goals. 
  • Finding bespoke solutions that are grounded in business realities. 
  • Providing a deep bench of legal expertise – for clear, proactive counsel. 
  • A passion for what we do – an unwavering commitment to clients.

In today’s challenging marketplace, Stikeman Elliott continues to be the firm that clients call when it counts the most, wherever they are in the world. Our passion, combined with decades of experience in each of the firm’s key markets, enables us to continue delivering creative solutions to a variety of complex legal issues.

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The Review is designed to be a practical, business-focused ‘year in review’ analysis of recent changes, developments and their effects, and a look forward at expected trends. This book gathers the views of leading mining practitioners from around the world. The first part of the book is divided into 19 chapters, each dealing with mining in a particular jurisdiction. The second part of the book has three chapters that focus on financing.

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