Ottawa (Canada) – Laura Little joins Fasken as Counsel in the Procurement group at the Firm’s Ottawa office.
Laura has over 10 year’s experience in the federal government providing legal advice on procurement matters, based on her adept knowledge of the applicable laws, policies and government contracting processes. She has significant experience in providing strategic and legal advice on the requirements of Canada’s domestic and international trade agreements, including national security and other exceptions, as well as social procurement policy instruments, and the specific policies and measures that apply to Indigenous firms competing for government contracts.
“Laura’s extensive knowledge of the management of public finances and roles of public entities will benefit our clients in all areas of procurement and contracting,” said Martin Denyes, Regional Managing Partner, Ontario. “She understands the complexities of the legislative framework and regulations and their impact on government contracts.”
The Firm’s large, multi-disciplinary Procurement team delivers unparalleled advice, experience and knowledge, from bidder engagement, to negotiation, contract award and beyond, including tender development, bid preparation, bid challenges, disputes settlement and litigation. Our business, political and public relations expertise provides our clients with the strategic advantage they need to get the job done.
Fasken is a leading international law firm with more than 925 lawyers and nine offices on three continents. Clients rely on us for practical and innovative legal services. We provide results-driven strategies to solve the most complex business and litigation challenges. For additional information, please visit the Firm’s website at fasken.com.