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Paul C. Pop


Year of call: 2008

Paul is a Partner at Ross & McBride LLP, practising in the Business Law Group.

He obtained his B.Eng. (Electrical Engineering) from McMaster University and received his LL.B. from the Faculty of Law, University of Western Ontario. Prior to law school, Paul practised engineering in the telecommunications industry.

Paul articled with Ross & McBride and during that time gained extensive experience in all aspects of business matters, including business incorporation, reorganization, corporate governance, shareholder agreements, purchase and sale of businesses and leasing, and in estate matters, including wills, trusts and estate planning. Paul returned to the Firm as an associate after his call to the Bar in June, 2008.

Areas of Expertise

  • Corporate and Commercial Law:
    • Incorporations, amalgamations, dissolutions, wind-up
    • Partnerships/Cost Sharing Associations
    • Professional Corporations (medical, dental, engineering, etc.)
    • Corporate reorganizations
    • Sale/purchase of a business
    • Commercial and residential leases
    • Shareholders' Agreements
    • Commercial bankruptcy and insolvency
    • Secured transactions
    • Contracts
    • Privacy matters
  • Franchise Law:
    • Franchises, master franchises and sub-franchises
    • Licensing and sublicensing
  • Wills, Estates and Trusts Law:
    • Wills
    • Powers of Attorney
    • Trusts
  • Intellectual Property Law
    • Trademarks
    • Copyright

Organizations and Activities

  • Law Society of Upper Canada (Admitted)
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Hamilton Law Association
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Boys and Girls Club of Hamilton - Board of Directors

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