Business Transaction Lawyers

At Mills & Mills LLP, our business group has extensive experience facilitating corporate/commercial transactions. The purchase or sale of an existing business can be a complex process with multiple considerations at stake. Our lawyers have the skill and experience to ensure that these transactions are carried out correctly and efficiently, while protecting our clients’ interests throughout.

In addition to the primary transaction of buying or selling a business, there are often related issues regarding employeesreal estate and contracts that require skilled attention to detail. Our business lawyers will ensure that all peripheral matters are taken care of, drawing on the skill and experience of other lawyers in the firm when necessary.

Corporate/Commercial Transactions

When executing a transaction, it is also important for our clients to understand their legal responsibilities to shareholders, employees and other interested parties, and our lawyers will ensure that they are properly informed.

Our Toronto business lawyers have decades of experience helping clients negotiate and complete:

Our clients appreciate the personal level of service they receive at our firm, and that they can always reach us when they have questions. They can trust in the fact that our lawyers will provide them with sound and practical advice, work to limit their liability, and ensure that their business transactions are completed properly.

Contact the Business Lawyers at Mills & Mills LLP

To take advantage of our lawyers’ knowledge and understanding with respect to commercial transactions, call us at 416­-863-0125 or send us an email.


Contact Us

2 St Clair Ave West
Suite 700
Toronto, ON M4V 1L5

Phone: (416) 863-0125

Fax: (416) 863-3997

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