Produced in strategic partnership with the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships
(CCPPP), the Lexpert Special Edition on Canada's Leading Infrastructure Lawyers
(the Lexpert Special Edition – Infrastructure) includes feature articles on current trends and events in the industry and profiles a diverse group of Lexpert-ranked practitioners that serve the Infrastructure sector (including Public-Private Partnerships).
The Lexpert Special Edition — Infrastructure was published within the September edition of The Globe and Mail’s Report on Business Magazine. Click here
to view the digital edition.
This special edition includes profiles of Lexpert-ranked lawyers who will facilitate your infrastructure projects in Canada and abroad, providing the varied and particular counsel and advocacy you need to get the projects done.
It also includes the following feature articles:
How P3 Shaped Vancouver
Vancouver ranks among the most livable cities in the world — an enviable status owing in no small part to the city’s P3-driven transit expansion.
Taking a Chance Abroad
Companies looking to bid on emerging market P3 projects must take care. But while the legal and regulatory risks are significant, the rewards may be even greater.
Partnerships in Health Care
There’s a fine balance when it comes to public health care and private interests. On the whole, however, Canada’s pioneering work in health-care P3 serves as a model for the world.
Banking on Infrastructure
There’s concern about the newly announced Canada Infrastructure Bank. But if it’s done right, the CIB could provide a much-needed boost to spending.
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