Guy Régimbald is a partner in Gowling WLG’s Ottawa office. He mainly practises constitutional and administrative law, Aboriginal law, and copyright law. Guy's Aboriginal law practice is focused on Aboriginal and treaty rights, self-government, Aboriginal consultation and accommodation, as well as First Nations taxation. He was cited in Lexpert'®s Top Ten Cases of 2014 for his representation of Claude Robinson in Cinar Corporation v. Robinson and of the Indigenous Bar Association in Canada in Tsilhqot'in Nation v. British Columbia. He was also cited in Lexpert'®s Top Ten Cases of 2016 for his representation of the Assembly of First Nations in Daniels v. Canada (Indian Affairs and Northern Development). A prolific writer, Guy is the author of Canadian Administrative Law and co-author of The Law of the Canadian Constitution, two major treatises published by LexisNexis. They have been cited with approval by the Supreme Court of Canada (in the case of the former) and other courts throughout Canada in many reported decisions. Guy is also a co-author of Supreme Court of Canada Practice (Carswell), the definitive guide to practice at Canada's highest court. Since 2014, Guy has been recognized annually by Managing Intellectual Property as a star in trademark and copyright law.