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Donald G. Belovich

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Donald G. Belovich
Law Practice
Donald Belovich is a partner in the firm's Toronto office. His practice is primarily focused on corporate and securities law, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, public financings and complex corporate reorganizations. Mr. Belovich has also acted as counsel to issuers and underwriters in connection with numerous initial public offerings and other public offerings and private placements. His practice also consists of advising issuers, boards of directors, special committees and others on matters such as the structuring of M&A transactions, the negotiation of key transaction documentation, directors' fiduciary duties, and other corporate governance, compliance and general matters.

Mr. Belovich is recognized in the 2017 edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada in Securities Law, the 2017 Acritas StarsTM in the field of Corporate law, and in the 2017 edition of the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory for his expertise in corporate finance and securities law and mergers and acquisitions.

Professional Activities
Mr. Belovich is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the American Bar Association - Business Law Section.

He is the co-founder of 100 Guys Who Care Oakville that raises funds and awareness for Halton, Ontario based charities. He is a member of Canada Company: Many Ways to Serve, a registered Canadian charity building an enduring bridge between those who serve in Canada's Armed Forces and the business community. He is a former member of the Board of Governors of St. Mildred's-Lightbourn School, an independent university preparatory girls' day school located in Oakville, Ontario. He is also a former course lecturer at Queen's University Law School.

Queen's University (MBA 1996, J.D. 1995), Royal Military College of Canada (Honours BA in Economics and Commerce 1992).

Bar Admission
Ontario, 1998

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