Guy Régimbald is a partner in Gowling WLG’s Ottawa office and a national practice group leader of the Administrative Law Practice Group. He practises constitutional and administrative law, Indigenous law, and copyright law. Guy's Indigenous law practice is focused on treaty rights, self-government, consultation, and accommodation, as well as First Nations taxation. He advises and represents First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities across Canada. In his constitutional and administrative law practice, Guy advises clients on issues related to the division of powers and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. He also advises clients on other government and regulatory issues, including lobbying requirements that may arise in government relations. A member of the firm’s Supreme Court of Canada Services Group, Guy has appeared as lead counsel or co-counsel before the SCC in many high-profile cases and involved as an agent or advisor in many more. A prolific writer, Guy is the author of Canadian Administrative Law and co-authored The Law of the Canadian Constitution (LexisNexis) and Supreme Court of Canada Practice (Thomson Reuters), the definitive guide to practice at Canada's highest court. He has been recognized by Managing Intellectual Property:IP Stars since 2014.