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Cassandra has a robust corporate commercial law practice that regularly deals in domestic and cross-border matters for clients in a variety of industries, including financial services, technology, education, health, natural resources, manufacturing and consumer goods and services.
Cassandra advises both domestic and international clients on business matters including:
cross-border and Canadian mergers, acquisitions and divestitures
commercial contract negotiations
marketing and sponsorships
venture capital and private equity transactions
public-private partnership transactions
ongoing corporate governance
Prior to joining BLG, Cassandra practiced corporate and financing law at a leading firm in New York.
Advised Radicle Group Inc., a Calgary-based leader in sustainability advisory services and
market-based solutions, and technology-driven emissions measurement and management, in its sale to
Bank of Montreal.
Advised The New York Times Company in its 2022 US$550M acquisition of The Athletic.
Advised Epiroc in its acquisition of the assets of FVT Research Inc.
Advises a broad range of private companies in the acquisition and sale of various businesses, and in a variety of commercial arrangements.
Advised B.C. Hydro in its commercial PowerSmart program offerings and other procurement and project-specific matters.
Completed a 9-month in-house secondment at B.C. Hydro in support of the Site C Project.
Advised in connection with the closing of the City of Edmonton Valley Line LRT, valued at C$1.8B, in 2016.
Advised PI Financial Corp. in its $100M acquisition by NG Holdings Canada Ltd.
Advised Finning International Inc. in its C$230M acquisition of the assets of Kramer Ltd.
Advised a U.S.-based health products company in the acquisition of the assets of a Canadian natural health products business.
Completed a 7.5-month in-house secondment at Pacific NorthWest LNG in support of Petronas' proposed multi-billion-dollar LNG project on the west coast of B.C.
Represented a major private investment fund in acquisition financing transactions, including a $1.05B credit facility, consisting of a term loan and revolving credit facility, used to finance the $2.4 billion acquisition of a major global digital learning company; and an $800M credit facility, consisting of first lien term loans, second lien term loans and an asset-based revolving loan facility, used to finance the acquisition of a farm supply distribution business.
Represented a NYSE-listed cosmetics, skincare, fragrance and personal care company refinancing an $800M term loan facility and a $140M asset-based revolving loan facility, qualified select foreign subsidiaries as local borrowers under the new facilities.
Represented an NYSE-listed multinational financial services corporation in its $1.7B sale of a portfolio of private equity investments.