Mai Rempel has extensive experience as lead counsel and lead negotiator, practicing in the areas of energy, major capital project development, aboriginal, properties, and environmental law. Mai’s practice includes providing advice to Crown and corporate clients with respect to identifying and developing strategies to mitigate legal, financial, political, regulatory, environmental and operational risks in relation to energy, utility and infrastructure projects on Crown and First Nations lands.
Mai has particular expertise and experience regarding treaty negotiations and First Nation land and governance-related matters, acting as lead negotiator for clients in the BC tripartite treaty process.
Mai's capital projects experience includes responsibility for project management, delivery, legal advice, multi-party stakeholder engagement and preparation of land and commercial agreements, including First Nations Benefits agreements, for hydro-electric power, telecommunications, fibre optic, natural gas production and export facility, and mining projects in British Columbia, as well as, nationally. For more, visit www.dentons.com/en/mai-rempel
Called to Bar: 1999 (British Columbia)