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Special Edition on Infrastructure 2018

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34 LEXPERT | 2018 | WWW.LEXPERT.CA Roth, Robert R. Dentons Canada LLP (780) 423-7228 robert.roth@dentons.com Mr. Roth's transactional practice includes project development, infrastruc- ture, P3s, joint ventures and other structuring alternatives. Recent projects include: water and wastewater infrastructure; and electricity generation and transmission facilities. Roth, Jason D. Bennett Jones LLP (403) 298-2070 rothj@bennettjones.com Mr. Roth is head of the firm's Capital Projects Industry Group. He advises on infrastructure development projects and represents owners/developers and contractors in relation to domestic and international infrastructure, LNG, power, electrical transmission, pipeline, natural gas processing and other projects. Rimer, Philip M. Dentons Canada LLP (613) 783-9634 philip.rimer@dentons.com Mr. Rimer practises in the Real Estate, Project Development, and Banking and Finance Practice groups, primarily on behalf of institutional stakeholders (including pension funds, banks and public-sector entities) in commercial real estate and infrastructure projects. Richer La Flèche, Erik Stikeman Elliott LLP (514) 397-3109 ericherlafleche@stikeman.com Mr. Richer La Flèche's practice in Canada and abroad extends to project finance, social infrastructure, rail, ports, roads, energy and mining. He has completed mandates in more than 35 countries and is a member of the Ontario and Québec Bars. Reynolds, R. Bruce Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP (416) 585-8601 breynolds@singleton.com Mr. Reynolds is co-chair of the International Projects Group of Singleton Reynolds. He represents Canadian and International clients in the litigation, arbitration and mediation of disputes and advises on contract development for major infrastructure and construction projects including public-private partnerships. In May, he was named Who's Who Legal's Construction Lawyer of the Year for 2018. Pritchard, Andrew Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP (613) 780-8607 andrew.pritchard@nortonrosefulbright.com Mr. Pritchard practises corporate and commercial law with an emphasis on energy-related projects including real estate, land use and development and regulatory matters. He has extensive experience in acquisitions, dispositions, financings and development of energy projects, including the structuring of ownership and management projects. LEXPERT-RANKED LAWYERS Louis Roy, Antoine Desroches, François Côté, Patrick Galizia, ierry Dorval, Claudia Déry, Charles Foucreault, Martin Valasek, Danièle Bou- tet, Catherine Daigle, Louis Gratton, Jean-Charles René, Michèle Friel, Marie-André ibault, Jean- Christophe Martel, Vincent Filiatrault, Marilyne Rougeau, Renée Loiselle, Lady Africa Sheppard, Pierre-Olivier Tremblay, omas Charest-Girard, Rachel Lesmerises, Charles-Antoine Péladeau and Alexa Biscaro; as well as the translation team in- cluding Hélène Bourque, Jacqueline El Haddad, Adriana Fioriello and Sophie Kilburn. Lavery, de Billy, L.L.P. advised CDPQ Infra Inc. on real estate, transactional, governance, pro- curement and regulatory aspects of the project in- cluding the acquisition of infrastructure and real estate assets and the logistics and services agree- ments with transportation companies. e Lavery team was comprised of Jean-Sé- bastien Desroches, Louis-Martin Dubé, André Vautour, Philippe Tremblay, Bruno Verdon, Guillaume Lavoie, Isabelle Richard, Audrey-Julie Dallaire, Tereza Kristic, Laurence Bich-Carrière, Jules Brière, Carole Gélinas, Mathieu Cantin, Ma- rie-Lou Beaumont and Sonia Rasquinha. e two consortia selected respectively for the engineering, procurement and construction of the project and the supplying of rolling stock, systems and operation and maintenance services are NouvLR General Partnership and Groupe de partenaires pour la mobilité des Montréalais (PMM). e partners of NouvLR General Part- nership are SNC-Lavalin Grands Projets Inc., Dragados Canada, Inc., Groupe Aecon Québec Ltée, Pomerleau Inc. and EBC Inc., and the mem- bers of the PMM consortium are Alstom Trans- port Canada Inc. and SNC-Lavalin Opérations & Maintenance Inc. NouvLR's partners were represented by in- house counsels Hannelie Stockenstrom, Nicholeta Panousis and Claudia Deschamps (SNC-Lavalin Grands Projets Inc), Patrick Dolan and Julia Tira- basso (Dragados Canada Inc.), Rémi Tremblay (Groupe Aecon Québec Ltée), Benoit Mallette (Pomerleau Inc.) as well as Xavier Lafontaine and Karine Cormier (EBC Inc.). NouvLR was represented by Borden Ladner Gervais LLP with a team led by John Godber and Doug Sanders and included Pascale Dionne, Patricia Galella, Gabriel Lefebvre and François Nolet-Lévesque. PMM was represented by in-house counsel Astrid Stumpf, Françoise Bacrie, Philippe Ar- chambault and Naomi Sarna and externally by Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP with a team comprised of William Rosenberg, Gregory Southam, David White, Joseph Jarjour, Florence Simard and Xavier Plamondon. e Government of Québec was represented

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