Senior partner Keith Mitchell’s practice focuses on dispute resolution, international trade, administrative, labour and real estate law. He has chaired commercial arbitrations, acted as counsel advising Board of Directors’ Special Committees and counsel to the Royal Commission on Electoral Boundaries. He advises on Canada/US anti-dumping and countervailing duties, and NAFTA and WTO matters. He acts for the BC Lumber Trade Council on the Canada/US softwood lumber dispute which The Economist called the “biggest trade battle on the planet.” He has worked on international arbitrations, injury allegations, and market access matters. He has advised domestic industries before the Canada Border Services Agency and the Canadian International Trade Tribunal. He has advised parties on major public and private disputes, including working with counsel on multi-billion dollar litigious matters. He is listed in Best Lawyers 2019 and has been listed in The Lexpert®/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada for over a decade. Martindale-Hubbell ranking AV. Ranked by Chambers & Partners as a leader in international trade. Admitted to the British Columbia Bar (1972). Appointed Queen’s Counsel (1985). Managing Partner (1995–2007). Chair (2007–2017).