Suzanne V. Murphy

Suzanne V. Murphy

(416) 601-8278
(416) 868-0673
66 Wellington St W, Suite 5300, TD Bank Twr, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 2002 (ON)
Suzanne V. Murphy is a partner in McCarthy Tétrault LLP’s Business Law group in Toronto. She acts for national and multinational corporations and venture capital investors. Her practice focuses on private mergers and acquisitions, private corporate finance, and projects, with a specialty in the power industry. Suzanne has significant experience representing acquirers, investors and developers of a variety of energy assets including natural gas, wind, solar, biomass, nuclear, energy storage and thermal energy. Her recent experience includes advising the shareholders of Aypa Power (formerly NRStor C&I), a developer of battery storage solutions, with respect to the sale of Aypa Power to Blackstone Equity Partners. She also represented Enwave Energy Corporation in connection with the negotiation of over 40 thermal energy services agreements and the development of multiple thermal energy projects in Canada. Her accolades include being ranked as a Leading Lawyer in the Energy: Power (Transactional) category by Chambers Canada, and a Leading Lawyer in the Energy: Power - Canada category by Chambers Global. She’s also listed as a Leading Lawyer by The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory under the Energy; and Corporate Commercial Law category.
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