CBCNews.ca mentions the Firm in an article about how the former N.S. AFN chief may have used death threats to suppress sexual assault allegations.
“The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) in July hired Fasken Martineau DuMoulin, a prominent law firm with offices across Canada and internationally, to conduct an investigation into harassment allegations against Morley Googoo, who was the regional chief at the time for Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador”
“CBC News obtained a redacted copy of the confidential report which was compiled by two Fasken lawyers. The copy of the report obtained by CBC News does not contain the names of any of the alleged victims or their organizations”.