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MLT Aikins Joins Agricultural Manufacturers of Canada as Corporate Partner

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

MLT Aikins is pleased to announce its corporate partnership with Agricultural Manufacturers of Canada. MLT Aikins looks forward to working collaboratively with AMC to provide ongoing support to its member businesses in navigating the challenges of the current business landscape and pursuing opportunities for growth.

MLT Aikins has served as a trusted legal adviser to a wide variety of food and agriculture clients since the establishment of the firm. From its substantial work in the consolidation of the grain handling sector, the design of innovative supply and manufacturing arrangements, the rise of alternative proteins, and the increasing sophistication of agtech, the MLT Aikins Agriculture and Food team has extensive experience, in-depth technical knowledge and a unique understanding of the emerging issues, challenges and opportunities in the field of agriculture.

MLT Aikins is listed among Chambers Canada's top five ranked firms in agribusiness in Canada. The firm maintains a deep understanding of the industry, the local and regional geography as well as the cross-jurisdictional framework, and a nuanced understanding of the regulatory and legal issues impacting Canada's dynamic food and agribusiness sector.

“We are looking forward to the opportunity to further contribute to the advancement of agriculture via this corporate partnership with AMC, working together to highlight the work of agricultural manufacturers to build a strong and agile sector across Canada,” said Kristal Allen, partner with the MLT Aikins Agriculture and Food team. As emerging technologies shape the future of agricultural production and manufacturing, MLT Aikins is working to help clients evolve and transform their products and services and respond to commercial realities, while complying with industry standards, and requirements of provincial and federal regulatory bodies. We are dedicated to promoting the discussion of the role of innovation and technology in agriculture to help businesses advance their initiatives to discover, develop, register and bring new products to market.

We continue to assist agricultural manufacturers and developers in responding to an ever more complex landscape, providing insight into evolving supply chains, navigating information systems and data protection requirements, creating data sharing and transfer arrangements, and advising with respect to other contracts and collaborations.

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