Michael Burkett
Michael Burkett
(416) 869-5675
(416) 947-0866
199 Bay St, Suite 5300, Commerce Court West, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 2002 (ON)
Michael Burkett is a partner in the Mergers & Acquisitions Group whose practice focuses on advising public and private companies and private equity investors on complex domestic and cross-border merger and acquisition transactions, divestitures, going-private transactions, as well as public company governance and compliance issues. In addition, Michael also assists domestic, US, and other international clients in connection with corporate finance, securities, and general corporate commercial matters in Canada. He has regularly acted on behalf of issuers and underwriters on initial public and secondary offerings, bought deals, and private placement transactions. His practice covers a diverse spectrum of industry groups including infrastructure, manufacturing, technology, e-commerce, mining, food and beverage, financial services, and agribusiness. In addition to his practice, Michael is a member of the firm’s Associates Committee and the Diversity Committee.
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The current owners of Canada's largest off-airport and only national car park company, Park'N Fly, completed the sale of their parking business assets, including all real estate used in connection with the business located in Montreal; Ottawa; Toronto; Edmonton and Vancouver, along with goodwill and other operating assets, to a joint venture led by Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited and Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited, both companies whose shares are traded on the stock exchange of Hong Kong, each owning a 50 per cent interest.