Provided by Lana Shipley
Corporate Commercial Law, Environmental & Regulatory, Indigenous Law, Mining, Power, Project Permitting, and Social Impact and Business Sustainability.
Lana Shipley practices corporate and commercial law with a particular emphasis on energy, Indigenous and environmental law. She works with public and private companies in a wide range of industries, including mining, energy, natural resources, technology and manufacturing.
Within her corporate and commercial law practice, Lana conducts a variety of transactions, including asset and share acquisitions and dispositions, reorganizations and various other corporate proceedings. Lana also advises public companies on regulatory matters, continuous disclosure and corporate governance practices.
Lana’s indigenous and environmental law practice involves assisting clients with the negotiation of impact benefit and other agreements with First Nations in relation to proposed developments in the energy and mining industries and other sectors, as well as permitting and regulatory matters that arise throughout the development of both large and small projects. Lana has also assisted in obtaining, amending and transferring environmental and other authorizations issued by federal, provincial and territorial regulatory authorities.
Lana is a member of the bar of British Columbia (2006).
Canadian Bar Association - Member