Grundlagen des Kanadischen Umwelt- und Planungsrechts


Vortrag von David Hunter, Toronto am 03.11.2009, FH Frankfurt am Main im Rahmen der Master- Vorlesung Rechtliche Grundlagen Infrastrukturmanagement von Bernhard Schmitz

David Hunter B.A., LL.B, LL.M. has practice law as a Barrister and Solicitor in Canada for thirty years. Prior to attending law school he worked in the Office of the Secretary of State for the Canadian Federal Government. Upon completion of his LL.B. he was Counsel for the Attorney General for the Province of Ontario and acted as a policy advisor and prosecutor in the Criminal Policy Branch. Subsequently he was Senior Counsel for the Niagara Escarpment Commission which proposed the single largest environmental land use plan in North America. is government activities also included Counsel to Environment Canada on the Great Lakes Agreements, Counsel forInternational Joint Commission on the Great Lakes and Co Chairman of the Canada - Chile Trade and Environment Commission. David has been in private practice for twenty five years. He has acted for the Federal and Provincial government on environmental and energy related matters. He has represented First Nations and still does with respect to land claims and energy matters. The main foundation for his practice is representing leading industrial, resource, and energy companies. He has acted as defence counsel at all Court levels - trial and appeal. Further, he has acted as Counsel in both Federal and Provincial Environmental Assessment Hearings.

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