William J. (Bill) Shaw maintains a practice in the areas of commercial and residential finance, real estate, and banking and finance, including banking and credit union law, corporate law, governance, and tax planning and implementation. He regularly acts for individuals, small businesses, large corporations and institutions.
Dave McKeague provides advice in mergers and acquisitions, corporate organizations and business structures, corporate reorganizations, commercial real estate developments, commercial financing and secured transactions, private placements, and public offerings of securities. He has advised many institutions on restructuring initiatives and high-net worth clients on corporate and estate planning.
Dion Tchorzewski carries on a broad business law practice. He has a particular on focus commercial real estate development, corporate governance and mergers and acquisitions. He is a partner in the Regina office and is a member of the firm’s Executive Committee.
William (Bill) Nickel’s practice focuses on corporate commercial and securities law related matters. He assists entrepreneurs and established clients with incorporation or formation, mergers and acquisitions, raising capital through debt or equity offerings, and traditional commercial financing, corporate restructuring, corporate governance, reporting and continuous disclosure obligations.
Ryan Laidlaw is a real estate and commercial law lawyer with a primary focus on commercial lending and the financing, leasing and purchase/sale of commercial real estate. His clients include owners, tenants, developers, financial institutions, private lenders and investors.
Chad Haaf is corporate-commercial counsel to a number of a Saskatchewan based businesses and institutions. He brings the value of his experience to our clients, particularly in securities, M&A transactions, commercial lending and commercial real estate.
Mark Yemen leads McDougall Gauley’s municipal law and mergers & acquisitions practice groups. Mark has extensive experience in the construction and infrastructure practice area and provides strategic and procurement advice on major construction and infrastructure projects.
Jeffrey Norwig is a partner in the firm’s Regina office. Jeffrey maintains a broad practice in the areas of real estate, wills and estates, and corporate governance. Jeffrey has experience in these areas having acted for individuals, out of province firms, and small to large corporations. Jeffrey has presented on these topics to many organizations.
Ryan Grieve is a business law partner in the firm’s Saskatoon office. In his practice Ryan works with a broad range of clients to assist them with their business law issues, with an emphasis on purchase and sale transactions, financings, and succession planning.
Kelly Canham (Waddell) advises clients in all types of business transactions, with a focus on financing, land development, commercial leasing, mergers and acquisitions, and securities. Kelly is a partner in the firm’s Regina office, and the lead of the firm’s financing team.