Rosalind H. Cooper
Rosalind H. Cooper
(416) 865-5127
(416) 364-7813
333 Bay St, Suite 2400, Bay Adelaide Ctr, Box 20, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1991 (ON)
Rosalind Cooper is one of the leading and most widely-recognized environmental lawyers in Canada. She defends environmental charges, and litigates contaminated land and other environmental disputes before all levels of court. Rosalind is also involved in appeals and environmental assessment proceedings before the Environmental Review Tribunal and provides regulatory advice in all areas of environmental law. She is also a recognized environmental mediator and certified by the Law Society as an expert in environmental law. Litigating environmental disputes including contaminated land disputes, defending environmental charges, and appealing orders and approvals to the Environmental Review Tribunal, Rosalind brings her knowledge of environmental law to bear in achieving results. Effectively advising on environmental issues including regulatory advice, exposure to environmental liability, contaminated lands, land development, and environmental compliance approvals, Rosalind is also a highly sought arbitrator and mediator for environmental disputes. Rosalind also provides advice on a variety of transactions including mergers and acquisitions, the purchase and sale of real estate, secured lending transactions, and leasing arrangements and advises on various aspects of due diligence.
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