How complicated can business law become?
No matter how much your business changes—from start-up to succession planning—having direct access to a team of experienced and expert business lawyers makes change and complexity easier to manage. Having the right team can make the difference between surviving and thriving. That is what Siskinds business lawyers do for you. No single lawyer can know everything. A single law firm of specialists can.
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Specific Areas of Law
Our team includes experienced lawyers who specialize in diverse areas of business law. We work with all sizes of businesses from start-ups to multi-national organizations. Our breadth and depth of knowledge enables us to provide expertise that are suited to our clients' unique needs.
Business Immigration Law
Hiring and retaining foreign workers while ensuring compliance with laws in Canada is challenging. Our team provides meaningful assistance in meeting your business imm…
Our large and diverse team covers complex transactions and litigation as well as your equally important day-to-day legal needs.
Commercial Litigation Lawyers
You need a lawyer who knows all of your options and can tackle all levels and jurisdictions of courts and tribunals.
Commercial Real Estate Lawyers
These highly significant transactions require legal diligence and an understanding of all parties involved.
Technical and legal issues involve multiple stakeholders including governmental and regulatory bodies in this ever-changing field.
A compilation of specialty areas of law that often crosses borders requires seasoned and agile lawyers - we have the team.
Labour & Employment
The complete package: planning, prevention, resolution, as well as representation and advocacy at all levels of boards, tribunals and courts.
Land use planning, by-laws, tenders, expropriations, prosecutions and defense require agility in an intricate field.
Privacy, Cyber & Data Governance
This rapidly evolving field requires seasoned legal expertise and leading-edge knowledge. Our team has both.
News & Views
The more you understand, the easier it is to manage well.View Blog
Securities misrepresentation class action gone wrong – Superior Court denies leave under section 138.3 of the Ontario Securities Act and refuses certification of remaining claims
In Badesha v Cronos Group, Justice Morgan denied the plaintiff’s motions for leave to procee…