Chair of Torkin Manes’ Not-for-Profit & Charities Group. Provides advice to local, provincial, national and international organizations covering a wide range of disciplines. Clients include professional associations, self-regulated bodies and other organizations in such fields as religion, health, education, social services, poverty, childcare, athletics and recreation. Acts as external general counsel to numerous not-for-profit organizations, both charitable and non-charitable. Advises organizations in the third sector on structuring and restructuring matters, corporate governance, by-law interpretation, director and member disputes, directors’ and officers’ liability, compliance issues, cross-border and international relationships, social enterprise, investments, and gifting, endowment and fundraising issues. Frequent speaker and writer on related topics. Member, Executive and various committees, Charities and Not-for-Profit Law Section, Canadian Bar Association. Member, Not-For-Profit Governance Committee, Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada. Recognized by The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory 2021, Chambers Canada 2021 and The Best Lawyers in Canada 2021. Recipient, Ontario Bar Association's 2020 AMS/John Hodgson Award of Excellence in Charity and Not-for-Profit Law.
Spin Master Corp. (Spin Master) completed a secondary offering of 2,794,800 subordinate voting shares at a price of $53.40 per subordinate voting share, indirectly, beneficially owned by the founders of Spin Master (the Selling Shareholders) for gross proceeds of approximately $150 million.
On May 24, 2017, Spin Master Corp. (Spin Master) (TSX: TOY) completed a secondary offering of 3,681,000 subordinate voting shares at a price of $40.75 per subordinate voting share, indirectly, beneficially owned by the founders of Spin Master (the Selling Shareholders) for gross proceeds of approximately $150 million.