McCarthy Tétrault welcomes new partners
January 30, 2014
Toronto, January 30, 2014 — McCarthy Tétrault is pleased to announce and introduce its newest partners who have been invited into the partnership. These accomplished professionals practise across the firm’s regions and legal practice areas, and serve the full spectrum of the firm’s diverse clients.
"It is with great pride that we welcome the lawyers into our partnership," said Marc-André Blanchard, the firm’s Chair and CEO. "We have observed their growth and excellence as lawyers, and we are delighted to continue offering our clients their outstanding skills and services. This important decision is inspired by the trust of our clients and their confidence in our expertise."
"Each of these lawyers has distinguished themselves through exceptional advice and effective management of our clients’ legal work," said Paul Boniferro, National Leader, People & Practices. "I’m proud to be partners with each of them and I look forward to watching them contribute to our clients’ successes."
These new partners will be key to the firm’s success in serving its clients and maintaining its leadership among Canadian law firms. The new partners are as follows:
- Marie-Eve Bélanger (Montréal) has a practice that includes civil and commercial litigation, and professional liability in civil and disciplinary cases.
- Miguel Bourbonnais (Montréal) is a commercial litigator with an emphasis on corporate litigation, shareholder disputes, securities and financial fraud, construction litigation, banking, and bankruptcy and insolvency.
- David Crane (Vancouver) practises in business and technology law, focusing primarily on M&A, financings, the formation and reorganization of business ventures, and outsourcings, with an emphasis on complex commercial transactions.
- Matthew Cumming (Toronto) has a general corporate and securities practice with an emphasis on M&A and corporate finance transactions.
- Mathieu Dubord (Montréal) focuses his practice on local and cross-border financing, particularly in the areas of project and infrastructure finance, public-private partnerships, acquisition finance, equipment finance and the regulation of financial institutions.
- Michael Feder (Vancouver) has a general litigation practice encompassing both commercial disputes and public law matters.
- Brandon Kain (Toronto) has a practice focused on commercial litigation, class actions and regulatory/administrative law, with a particular emphasis upon written advocacy and opinions.
- Miranda Lam (Vancouver) has a practice that comprises a variety of complex commercial disputes, including securities, employment and insurance coverage litigation, class actions, and shareholder and real property disputes.
- Stephanie Lee (Montréal) has a corporate practice that includes corporate finance, public and private M&A, and securities compliance matters.
- Robin Mahood (Vancouver) advises public and private corporations in various industries on securities offerings, M&A, corporate governance matters and structured transactions.
- Heather Meredith (Toronto) is a member of the Bankruptcy and Restructuring group, bringing a practical and creative approach to her representation of debtors, creditors, suppliers, court officers, financial institutions and other stakeholders in commercial restructurings.
- Donovan Plomp (Vancouver) represents and advises employers on labour, employment and human rights issues, including litigation before courts, arbitrators and tribunals and issues in corporate M&A transactions and reorganizations.
- Rachel Solyom (Montréal) practises with the Labour & Employment Group. Rachel is focused on management-side labour and employment law in the context of corporate restructurings and M&A transactions.
- Cameron Whyte (Vancouver) has a practice focused on the acquisition, disposition, development and financing of multi-family residential real estate projects and commercial income properties.
- Sam Adkins (Vancouver) is a business lawyer with a focus on the mining, energy and natural resource sectors. Sam has significant experience advising clients on aboriginal matters in British Columbia and across Canada.
- Fraser Bourne (Montréal) has a corporate law practice focused on securities law, M&A and corporate finance.
- Jo-Anna Brimmer (Toronto) has a practice in structured finance, financial services and securities, with a focus on securitization, covered bonds and project finance.
- Aidan Cameron (Vancouver) handles a range of complex commercial litigation matters, including construction, real estate, mining, environmental law and insurance coverage matters.
- Mark Christensen (Calgary) has a real property and planning practice focused on commercial acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, lending and commercial transactions involving land.
- Stephen Curran (Vancouver) advises public and private entities on private securities offerings, debt financing, project and infrastructure financing, private M&A transactions and corporate governance matters.
- Paul Galbraith (Toronto) advises lenders and developers on a wide range of real estate transactions, including syndicated and bi-lateral financings, acquisitions and divestitures, commercial and industrial development projects, and stock/share transactions.
- Matthew Lawson (Calgary) advises clients in various industries on corporate finance, securities and M&A matters, including public and private offerings of equity and debt securities.
- Walker MacLeod (Calgary) is a member of the Bankruptcy & Restructuring Group. He acts for creditors, debtors, receivers, monitors and trustees in various insolvency-related matters.
- Stefanie Morand (Toronto) has an income tax planning practice, with a focus on the tax-related aspects of mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganizations and financial structuring.
- Jocelyn Perreault (Montréal) has a practice in bankruptcy and insolvency, focused on commercial restructuring matters. He acts for debtors, creditors, receivers, monitors and trustees in such matters.
- Genevieve Pinto (Vancouver) acts for public and private companies, focusing on corporate finance, securities, M&A and corporate governance matters.
- Ryan Rabinovitch’s (Montréal) practice encompasses all aspects of tax planning and litigation.
About McCarthy Tétrault
McCarthy Tétrault provides a broad range of legal services, advising on large and complex assignments for Canadian and international interests. The firm has substantial presence in Canada’s major commercial centres and in London, UK.
Built on a unique model of collaboration, the firm brings its legal talent, industry knowledge and practice experience, wherever needed, to help clients achieve the results that are important to them.
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