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Amy Marcen-Gaudaur

Associate Admitted to the Ontario Bar: 2017

Whether working on complex corporate transactions or ongoing corporate governance matters, Amy’s primary focus is on her clients’ interests and business objectives. She keeps an eye on the big picture and draws on previous business experience to deliver strategic insight to clients in a timely manner.

Amy is a member of the firm's Capital Markets Group. Her practice focuses on corporate finance, securities law, mergers and acquisitions and general corporate and commercial activities. 

Amy joined Aird & Berlis as an associate after summering and articling with the firm.

Representative Matters

Advised MediPharm Labs Inc., a licensed Canadian cannabis manufacturer specializing in the pharmaceutical production of oil products, on a $22.3 million private placement.

Represented Baylin Technologies Inc. (TSX:BYL), a diversified leading global wireless technology management company, in the completion of a $40.25 million bought deal public offering of subscription receipts and 6.5% extendible convertible unsecured debentures and the related acquisition of Alga Microwave Inc.

Represented Allied Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (TSX:AP), a leading owner, manager and developer of urban office environments operating in Canada’s major cities, in its completion of a $299 million public equity offering.

Represented Skyline Enterprises Management Inc. in the formation of Skyline Mortgage Investment Trust and the private placement offering of units for gross proceeds of up to $13 million.

Represented Baylin Technologies Inc. in an acquisition of assets from the radio frequency and microwave divisions of Advantech Wireless Inc. and certain of its affiliates. 

Represented Spectra7 Microsystems Inc. (TSX:SEV), a leading provider of high-performance analog semiconductor products for broadband connectivity markets, in a $15.3 million bought deal public offering.

Represented Baylin Technologies Inc. in a $19.8 million bought deal public offering.

Represented a purchaser in the acquisition of a privately-held regional lumber company. The transaction involved the simultaneous closing of a large credit facility with a major Canadian bank, which included a term loan and an asset based revolving credit facility. 

Represented a family office in the acquisition of a North American furniture and cabinet design and manufacturing company. The target corporation had operations in Ontario, Illinois, Indiana and North Carolina. The purchase involved the simultaneous closing of a credit facility with a major Canadian bank, which included a term loan and multiple asset based revolving credit facilities.


  • JD, The University of Western Ontario, 2016
  • BA, The University of Western Ontario, 2011