Tanya practices in the area of business law, advising private companies, from start-ups to multinational corporations, on corporate and commercial matters.  With a strong focus on merger and acquisition transactions, Tanya’s practice also includes advising on corporate governance, commercial agreements, regulatory compliance, and related litigation. Tanya also regularly acts for charities and Not-for-Profit organizations on questions of governance, by-laws, charitable status and board disputes.

Tanya obtained her Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School, and a Masters Degree in Political Science from the University of Toronto. She also holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science from McMaster University. Tanya has also served as Practicum Mentor at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law through Toronto Metropolitan University, and is Co-Chair of the firm’s student committee.

Tanya has worked at all three levels of government including Toronto City Hall, the Ontario Legislature and the House of Commons and brings her knowledge of the public sector in assisting her private sector clients. She is also published in the Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law, The Osgoode Hall Law Journal and The Canadian Political Science Review, and most recently in Civil Procedure & Practice in Ontario, 2nd ed.

 

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Professional Contributions

Year of Call

2019

Education

JD, Osgoode Hall Law School, 2018
Masters, University of Toronto, 2014
Honors Bachelor of Arts, McMaster University, 2012

Memberships/Affiliations

Ontario Bar Association
Canadian Bar Association

Current Board

Motionball for Special Olympics

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