Davis LLP is pleased to welcome Ruby Chan, Monika Gehlen, Elizabeth Mayer, Mitchell Mostyn, and Sharilyn Nagina to the partnership, effective January 1, 2013.
Ruby Chan, from the Vancouver office, is a member of the Securities, Corporate Finance and M&A practice group. She has a broad range of experience in the natural resources sector, particularly mining. Ruby has worked on financing and M&A transactions for many of the firm’s top natural resources clients, helping expand the firm’s well known expertise in this sector across Canada and in Asia.
Monika Gehlen, from the Vancouver office, is a member of the Legal Research and Litigation practice groups. She has extensive experience in the research and analysis of complex legal issues, including written advocacy, legal opinions and strategic advice. Her work has been instrumental in some of the firm’s landmark litigation cases. Sharilyn Nagina, from the Calgary office, is a member of the Litigation, Regulatory & Administrative and Employment & Labour practice groups. She has been involved in major actions in the Court of the Queen’s Bench and the Court of Appeal of Alberta. The addition of Monika and Sharilyn to the partnership reinforces Davis’ long-standing reputation as a preeminent firm in the area of litigation.
Elizabeth Mayer, from the Vancouver office, is a member of the Project Finance, Infrastructure and P3 practice group. She has particular experience in procurement matters, including advising both the public and private sector clients on procurement strategy, drafting conditions of tender and requests for proposals, and the evaluation process. Mitchell Mostyn, from the Toronto office, is a member of the Project Finance, Infrastructure and P3 practice group. His experience spans a wide variety of infrastructure projects, including highways, bridges, hospitals and other social infrastructure projects. Elizabeth and Mitchell have been involved in many of the firm’s significant, award-winning P3 projects which have led to Davis LLP’s recognized leadership in Infrastructure and P3 projects across Canada and internationally.
The addition of these new partners reflects the firm’s strategic initiative to strengthen its position in the natural resource and public-private partnership sectors in Canada, Asia, and internationally.