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.