Business Law

Create, scale and protect a thriving business

Business Law

Business Services

Cannabis

Canada’s anti-spam law (CASL)

No-for-profit and Charity Law

Commercial Litigation

Starting your own business, or running an existing enterprise, requires a considerable investment: not just financial, but emotional as well.

Our team is committed to seeing that this investment pays off, and that any hitches along the way are dealt with quickly and effectively. Helping you succeed is our business.

We can help you with every step of the journey from setting up a business structure, making sure your valuable intellectual property has adequate protection, to mergers and acquisitions.

We also have commercial expertise to deal with any kind of business dispute that arises. If we need to take a dispute to the courtroom, we have the knowledge and experience to advocate for you in these forums. 

In addition, many business law matters intersect with other areas of law, including labour and employment, estate planning, commercial leasing and real estate.

Our team members have extensive business contacts locally and globally who we call upon regularly to assist in meeting our clients’ other professional needs, including accounting, banking and legal matters abroad. Many of the lawyers in our business law group are members of Lexwork International, and INTA.

Our team also acts as counsel to many not-for-profit and charitable organizations. 

Have Questions?

Our Team

Leader

Paul A. Salvatore
613-231-8299
David Stout
Partner
613-231-8344
Wing Yan
Partner
613-231-8343
Taiji Yoshino
Patent Agent
613-231-8265
Lanise Hayes
Partner
613-231-8272
Craig O'Brien
Partner
613-231-8331
Kyle Stout
Lawyer
613-231-8246

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