Our litigation work involves Aboriginal title and rights, treaty rights and treaty land entitlement, constitutional law, consultation and accommodation of Aboriginal jurisdiction, breach of trust or fiduciary obligations in the mismanagement of Aboriginal lands and resources, injunctions, expropriation of reserve lands, environmental protection, enforcing agreements, and upholding decisions of Aboriginal governments.
We represent Indigenous groups that have an interest in legal issues raised by cases being heard before Canadian courts.
Representing clients in provincial superior courts, in the Federal Court, in provincial and federal appellate courts, and in the Supreme Court of Canada.
Guiding clients in specific claims against the Government of Canada to ensure the Crown’s legal obligations to Indigenous communities are met.
Defining and enforcing the Crown’s duty to consult and accommodate impacts on Aboriginal title and rights through litigation where necessary.
Our team has extensive experience acting for Aboriginal governments and businesses in Canadian courts and tribunals at all levels. Click on a photo of a team member to read their full bio and see their contact information.
Mandell Pinder LLP is really looking after our best interests; it’s one thing I really noticed. Their sole interest was for the betterment of the Xatśūll First Nation and we’re proud to be associated with Mandell Pinder LLP.