Tiffany Myerson

Associate
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  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2019
  • J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, 2018
  • B.A., Queen’s University, 2015
Tiffany Myerson
 Overview

Tiffany’s developing corporate and commercial law practice focuses on mergers & acquisitions, emerging companies, corporate finance & securities, as well as general corporate matters.

Tiffany assists clients in establishing new corporations, partnerships and joint ventures, and advises clients on the purchase and sale of businesses. She also drafts and negotiates Share/Asset Purchase and Sales Agreements, and Shareholders’ Agreements. In her general corporate practice Tiffany helps clients with drafting commercial agreements, business structuring, and regularly advises national and international corporations. Prior to joining the firm, Tiffany articled with a major international mining company where she gained valuable corporate and commercial experience in the mining industry.

Tiffany works not only with Canadian residents, but also counsels and represents a growing number of American companies with respect to establishing and expanding their Canadian business operations. Tiffany advises American companies on the relevant laws and issues one must take into account before establishing or continuing a business in Canada.

While attending Osgoode Hall Law School, Tiffany worked extensively with the Innocence Project, acted as the Director of the International Legal Partnership program, and sat on the Faculty Recruitment Committee.

Tiffany takes pride in maintaining a highly detail-oriented approach. She ensures that all matters are handled diligently and efficiently from start to finish.

 Education
  • J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, 2018
  • B.A., Queen’s University, 2015
 Practice Areas  Called to the Bar
  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2019
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