Tracy Pratt’s litigation practice principally involves Aboriginal law, mining litigation, commercial and securities litigation and corporate social responsibility. With her broad experience and expertise in Aboriginal law, Tracy regularly advises clients in the mining, oil & gas and energy industries, land developers and municipalities respecting Aboriginal and treaty rights, land claims, engagement of Aboriginal communities and obligations of governments and proponents respecting the duty to consult. She has represented clients in various Aboriginal law litigation including several high profile blockade injunctions in Ontario. Tracy currently is co-counsel in litigation in which indigenous plaintiffs from Central America are suing a Canadian parent mining company for negligence arising out of the alleged criminal conduct of a foreign subsidiary. Tracy advises clients respecting the drafting, negotiation and implementation of exploration, impact and benefits, joint venture and other agreements with Aboriginal communities. Fasken Martineau has been recognized as a Band 1 leading law firm for Aboriginal Law in Canada by Chambers Global the last 4 years and named Aboriginal Law Firm of the Year by Benchmark Canada in 2013 through 2015. Tracy was called to the Ontario Bar in 1995.