Peter Brady is a partner at McCarthy Tetrault in the Litigation and Mining Groups and co-head of the firm’s National Environmental, Regulatory & Aboriginal Group. He brings vast experience in Environmental law, extractive industry projects, occupational health and safety law, and anti-corruption compliance to McCarthy Tétrault.
Mr. Brady has rejoined the partnership in 2014 after 7 years as Deputy General Counsel with a global legal mandate for a multi-national mining company that included Anti-Corruption compliance.
Mr. Brady advises and represents clients in all legal aspects of regulatory litigation, with particular emphasis in the areas of environmental law, occupational health & safety law and mining law. He also has extensive experience in anti-corruption compliance, investigations, and due diligence for transactions involving (Canada, Indonesia, China, USA, South America and Africa).
He was called to the British Columbia bar in 1997, and to the Ontario bar in 1999. After completing his legal studies in Ontario, Mr. Brady served as a law clerk for Chief Justice Allan McEachern of the British Columbia Court of Appeal (1996-1997).