is a partner in the business law group at McCarthy Tétrault and co-head of its public sector group. He has been repeatedly ranked by Chambers’ guide to the best lawyers in Canada. Matthew is often engaged on high-profile transactions, with particular experience advising clients pursuing disruptive or transformative change within an industry or organisation. His matters often involve public and governmental sensitivities or diverse stakeholder interests. Matthew advised the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation on all aspects of its multi-year project to modernise its casino gaming business, including negotiating long-term operating agreements for 28 existing or planned casinos.
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