The Mining Law Review - 7th Edition

The Mining Law Review - 7th Edition

Pages: 284

ISBN: 978-1-92228-59-1

  • £350.00

Much of the mining sector continues to emerge from a lengthy down-cycle. The world economy continues to expand, albeit at a deliberate pace. This book gathers the views of leading mining practitioners from around the world. The first part of the book is divided into 18 chapters, each dealing with mining in a particular jurisdiction. These countries were selected because of the importance of mining to their economies and to ensure a broad geographical representation. Mining is global but the business of financing mining exploration, development and – to a lesser extent – production is concentrated in a few countries, Canada and the United Kingdom being dominant. As a result, the second part of the book has five chapters that focus on financing.

In this book: 


  • Editor's Preface
    • Erik Richer La Flèche, Stikeman Elliott LLP

Mining Law

  • Mining - Angola
  • Mining - Australia
  • Mining - Brazil
  • Mining - Burkina Faso
  • Mining - Canada
  • Mining - Chile
  • Mining - China
  • Mining - Colombia
  • Mining - Dem Rep Congo
  • Mining - Ecuador
  • Mining - Guinea
  • Mining - Ivory Coast
  • Mining - Mexico
  • Mining - Mozambique
  • Mining - Senegal
  • Mining - South Africa
  • Mining - Tanzania
  • Mining - United States

Capital Markets

  • Capital Markets - Australia
  • Capital Markets - Brazil
  • Capital Markets - Canada
  • Capital Markets - Mongolia
  • Capital Markets - United Kingdom

Erik Richer La Flèche, Stikeman Elliott LLP

Erik Richer La Flèche is a partner in the Montreal office of Stikeman Elliott specializing in commercial transactions in Canada and abroad, including natural resource projects. He has led large projects in more than 35 countries. From 1981 to 1984 he was seconded to Anderson Mōri Tomostune (Tokyo).

He is currently involved in two mines (Canada and Peru), a hospital (Quebec), a pulp and paper plant (Canada), a wood pellet plant (Canada), a data center (Quebec), a bridge (Quebec), wind farms (Canada), a transmission line (Canada-US) and a pharmaceutical plant (Quebec).

He is included in Chambers Global’s Guide to the World’s Leading Lawyers for Business; IFLR1000 Guide to the World’s Leading Financial Law Firms; Legal Media Group’s Expert Guide to the World’s Leading Banking Finance and Transactional Attorneys; Legal Media Group’s Expert Guide to the World’s Leading Energy Lawyers; The Canadian Lexpert Directory 2015 in mining, infrastructure, electricity and project finance, Who’s Who Legal of Public Procurement Lawyers; Who’s Who Legal 100; Who’s Who Legal: Canada; and The Best Lawyers in Canada. He regularly advises governments and lectures on foreign investments, natural resources and infrastructure. He was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 1979 and the Ontario Bar in 1987.

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