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Gary Volman

Partner* Admitted to the Ontario Bar: 2016
*Practising as a professional corporation

Whether advising clients on mergers and acquisitions, corporate/commercial matters, or public and private financings, Gary offers a practical and business-minded approach to solving legal challenges. He is highly responsive and skilled at providing clients with the information they need and works diligently to ensure that outcomes align with his clients’ overall business goals. Gary is a trusted legal business partner and is committed to building long-standing client relationships.

Gary is a partner in the firm’s Capital Markets Group. He is also a member of the firm’s Corporate/Commercial, Startups & Emerging Companies and Mergers & Acquisitions/Private Equity Groups. Gary advises clients across a variety of sectors, including technology, environmental, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, cannabis, healthcare, mining and financial services. He regularly advises domestic and international clients, ranging from small start-ups to large public companies, including those listed on the TSX.

Gary has significant experience advising clients, such as private equity and financial sponsors in connection with cross-border and domestic M&A, financing and other strategic transactions. In addition, Gary has experience advising public companies on corporate governance matters, continuous disclosure requirements, and obligations under securities law and stock exchange policies.

Other Languages

Russian

Professional Involvement

Memberships

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Law Society of Ontario

Community Involvement

  • Consultant, Hand Up From Hunger Toronto

Selected Publications

Co-author, “Check Under the Hood: Make It Part of Your Due Diligence Process,” Plant Magazine, December 2016.

Co-author, “An Inside Look into the Recent Amendments to the Ontario PPSA Location of the Debtor Rules,” Lexology, November 2015.

Education

  • JD, University of Ottawa, 2015
  • BMOS (Management and Organizational Studies, Finance and Administration), Western University, 2012