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Agribusiness: Forestry - Nationwide - Canada
"Robin Longe is very detailed in ensuring contracts are done properly."
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Robin Longe is a partner in Dentons’ Vancouver office, and a member of the Firm’s Corporate group.
Robin is a natural resources lawyer whose practice is focused on forestry, mining, environmental and aboriginal law. Robin has extensive experience in all aspects of corporate transactions in the mining and forestry sectors, and is regularly involved in the purchase and sale of timber and mining rights, sawmills, pulpmills, mines, and related equipment and infrastructure.
In addition, Robin regularly advises clients on logging contracts, mining option agreements, joint ventures, and other agreements specific to the mining and forestry industries, as well as negotiating arrangements with First Nations in British Columbia, including impact and benefit agreements, negotiation protocols and limited partnership arrangements. For more, visit www.dentons.com/en/robin-longe
Called to Bar: 2006 (British Columbia)
Canadian Bar Association. Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia. Canadian Water Resources Association. Law Society of British Columbia. Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation.