Duncan Lurie is an associate in a business law group at Goodmans. His practice is transaction-based and focuses on corporate law and securities law. He acts for both public and private companies, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and shareholder activism, corporate finance, securities law, private equity transactions, and corporate reorganizations.
Duncan also advises on matters related to continuous disclosure obligations, legislative compliance and general corporate law. In 2020, he completed a secondment to Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.
Duncan attended law school at Western, where he was Valedictorian and graduated on the Dean’s List. During law school, Duncan won numerous awards, including the Law Society of Ontario Prize and the Gregory Brandt Award in Constitutional Law, and finished with the third highest standing in his first-year class.
Pon Holdings B.V., a leading global mobility firm, in its $1.03 billion acquisition of Dorel Sports, helping Pon create one of the world's largest bicycle companies
Greywood Investments, LLC in its successful proxy campaign to refresh the senior leadership and board of Enthusiast Gaming Holdings Inc.
E Inc., a leading Canadian digital automotive auction and retail platform, in connection with its $135.7 million initial public offering and listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange
a syndicate of underwriters led by TD Securities in connection with the $175 million initial public offering of Anaergia Inc., an integrated waste-to-value platform created to eliminate greenhouse gases by turning organic waste into renewable energy
HUB International Limited and certain of its affiliates in its acquisition of John Galon Insurance Services and Galon Management
a leading Canadian private equity firm and its managed funds in various primary investment transactions
Stradigi AI Inc. (Stradigi), a Montreal-based artificial intelligence company, announced last month that it has raised C$53M financed from a group of investors primarily made up of Quebec institutions…