Robin Longe
Robin Longe
Partner at Dentons Canada LLP
(604) 687-4460
(604) 683-5214
250 Howe St, Fl 20, Vancouver, BC
Year called to bar: 2006 (BC)
Robin Longe is a partner in Dentons’ Vancouver office, and a member of the Firm’s Corporate group. Robin is a natural resources lawyer whose practice is focused on forestry, mining, environmental and Aboriginal law. Robin has extensive experience in all aspects of corporate transactions in the mining and forestry sectors, and is regularly involved in the purchase and sale of timber and mining rights, sawmills, pulpmills, mines, and related equipment and infrastructure. In addition, Robin regularly advises clients on logging contracts, mining option agreements, joint ventures, and other agreements specific to the mining and forestry industries, as well as negotiating arrangements with First Nations in British Columbia, including impact and benefit agreements, negotiation protocols and limited partnership arrangements.
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Mining and ESG: A new standard
Social and governance goals share equal footing with the environment as part of sustainable mining
Canada's mining laws under review: environmental protection, investments, and new requirements
Three Dentons partners on recent rules affecting Canada's natural resources industries
Are biofuels the key to a net-zero carbon economy? A guide to Canada's gasoline alternatives
Dentons partners Robin Longe & Michael Thackray's primer on the future (or not) of Canadian biofuels