Ilan Dunsky
Ilan Dunsky
Partner at Dentons Canada LLP
(514) 878-5833
(514) 866-2241
1 Place Ville Marie, Suite 3900, Montréal, QC
Year called to bar: 1994 (QC); 1995 (New York)
Based in the Firm’s Montréal office, Ilan Dunsky is National Co-Chair of Dentons’ Infrastructure and PPP Group and plays a leading role in the global Transportation and Infrastructure practice. Ilan represents both domestic and international clients in the development of infrastructure, public-private partnerships and project finance, particularly in the energy, transportation and health sectors. He also advises governments and government agencies on the procurement of major global projects. Ilan is regularly recognized by various industry directories including: Chambers Global: The World’s Leading Lawyers for Business; Chambers Canada, as one of the best infrastructure and PPP lawyers in Canada; The Best Lawyers in Canada (Woodward/White) as a top ranked project finance lawyer; The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory as a leading practitioner in Infrastructure Law and Project Finance; Legal Media Group’s Guide to the World’s Leading Energy & Natural Resources Lawyers as one of the outstanding practitioners in this field; and Who’s Who Legal as a leading practitioner in public procurement.
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