We know what you think of lawyers:

They’d rather charge a fancy dinner to a client than sit in a snow cave, eating freeze-dried chili.

Well, think again.

At MLT Aikins, we understand the outdoor/adventure industry in a way that other law firms don’t. We have deep roots in Western Canada, and we take full advantage of the region’s tremendous outdoor opportunities.

We’re not just lawyers. We’re also Search and Rescue team leaders, hikers, mountaineers, climbers, downhill and backcountry skiers, snowboarders, adventure racers, cyclists and former professional, semi-professional and high performance athletes.

We understand your industry because it’s our passion.

It’s who we are. We know what you need to take your business to the next level because we’re your target customer. And we bring the same passion, determination and drive to our legal work as we do to our outdoor adventures.

So, when you need legal services, ask yourself this:

We thought so. Get in touch. Let’s have a coffee — or, better yet, go for a tour of your operations — and talk about how MLT Aikins can take your outdoor/adventure business to the next level.

We Work With

  • Outdoor/adventure guides and tour operators
  • Ski resorts
  • Gear and clothing manufacturers
  • Retailers
  • Distributors

We Can Help You With

  • Starting up and growing your business
  • Ongoing corporate records and filing obligations
  • Labour and employment
  • Commercial agreements / contracts
  • Risk management
  • Commercial and insurance litigation
  • Immigration
  • Property transactions
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Intellectual property
  • Administrative and regulatory issues
  • Construction and infrastructure
  • Import/export and taxation

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Before we can act for you, we must conduct a conflicts check. Please do not send us any confidential information. We do not guarantee the confidentiality of any communications. Unsolicited information may not be treated as confidential and will not be protected by solicitor-client privilege.