- About Henry
- Publications & Speaking
- Community Involvement
- Notable Work & Decisions
- Awards & Recognition
Henry provides business law counsel to a large number of owner-managed companies and professionals. His work includes advice relating to formation of corporate and other legal structures, shareholder and partnership agreements; mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructuring as part of estate and tax planning, inter-generational and business succession planning, and commercial leasing.
Henry was one of the founding partners of Berg Kennedy Cleaver Broad LLP, founded in 1983, which merged with Siskinds LLP in 2002.
Western University LLB 1974
McMaster University MTS 2005
George Fox University DMin 2012
Publications & Speaking
For many years, Henry taught business law and tax in the Bar Admission Course. He also taught business law for the Canadian Institute of Management. He has been a presenter and panelist in programs sponsored by the Law society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association and other organizations.
Notable Work & Decisions
Has acted for buyers and sellers in several mergers and acquisitions, including sales of Canadian entities to large publicly traded US corporations.
Provided legal counsel for several large financings of private corporations.
Acts for a large number of professionals, including physicians, dentists and accountants.
Law Society of Upper Canada
Middlesex Law Association
Canadian Tax Foundation
London Tax Discussion Group (founding member)
The London Club
Sunningdale Golf & Country Club
Awards & Recognition
Henry Berg was recently selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers™ in Canada 2019.
Henry has been named to The Best Lawyers™ in Canada list for Corporate Law since 2012. He was voted Lawyer of the Year in 2014, 2016 and 2018 for Corporate Law in the London/Windsor area.
“Addressing legal issues facing the entrepreneur requires an entrepreneurial perspective--timely and clear communication, simplifying the complex, thinking creatively, and steadfastly focused on the desired result”
— Henry Berg