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Aboriginal Law - Representation of Indigenous Peoples - Nationwide - Canada
"His main strength is the demonstrated litigation expertise that provides solid and strategic options to address the conflicts at play." "He is very efficient and succinct in developing approaches and arguments."
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Max Faille is a Partner in the Indigenous Law Practice Group and leader of the Indigenous Tax Service. He is regarded as one of the foremost Indigenous law practitioners in Canada. Representing Indigenous, government and industry clients across Canada and internationally, his practice focuses on Indigenous and treaty rights, economic development on Indigenous lands, First Nation taxation, self-government and governance, and Indigenous consultation and accommodation. Max represents clients at all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada.
Gowling WLG since 1998. Ontario Bar 1998; NWT Bar 2009; Yukon Bar 2009; British Columbia Bar 2016