Martin is the national Co-Chair of Osler’s Regulatory, Environmental, Aboriginal and Land Group. He has extensive experience in market regulation (electricity, tolls and tariffs) and in developing and executing strategies for obtaining necessary regulatory approvals for large scale industrial projects, including oil sands facilities, mines, pipelines and electric generation facilities, including renewables. In his capacity as a regulatory lawyer, Martin has negotiated numerous impact benefit agreements. Martin has appeared before all levels of court, including the Federal Court, Federal Court of Appeal, and Supreme Court of Canada.
Law Society of Alberta, Law Society of the Northwest Territories, Law Society of British Columbia, Canadian Bar Association, Calgary Bar Association, Alberta Chamber of Resources
Energy Regulatory Forum – Alberta Climate Change, Speaker, Energy Regulatory Law, Calgary, May 26.
Dispatches From the Energy Industry, UAlberta Law Alumni Magazine, Spring 2016.
Federal Environmental Assessment Reform: Issues and Opportunities, Environmental Law Journal, Federated Press, Volume XIII, No. 1, 2016.
University of Alberta, B.Comm, LL.B.