Aird & Berlis renews partnership with angel investors’ group

Aird & Berlis LLP and Maple Leaf Angels (MLA) have renewed their partnership, with the former providing their expertise regarding the legal aspect of startup businesses.

Aird & Berlis renews partnership with angel investors’ group
The MLA Board of Directors, the Aird and Berlis team and Prathna Ramesh (centre).

Aird & Berlis LLP and Maple Leaf Angels (MLA) have renewed their partnership, with the former providing their expertise regarding the legal aspect of startup businesses.

 

According to a statement by MLA, the Aird & Berlis startups group, led by Graham Topa and Tony Sabeta, helps early-stage and emerging growth companies to navigate the commercial, regulatory and competitive challenges related to bringing new innovations to market.

 

“We are absolutely delighted to renew our relationship with Aird & Berlis,” said Prathna Ramesh, managing director of Maple Leaf Angels. “They are leaders in providing legal services to the startup community, and the relationships they have fostered will be of high value to MLA members and the entrepreneurs we work with. We look forward to furthering our work in the Canadian innovation ecosystem through this partnership.”

 

With the renewed partnership, Aird & Berlis will provide its strategic legal expertise on key aspects of startup growth, including corporate structure, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), governance, financing, IP strategy and licensing, privacy, and other considerations.

 

“Aird & Berlis is excited to once again partner with Maple Leaf Angels,” said Randy Williamson, partner at Aird & Berlis and an MLA member. “Through our partnership, we hope to advance entrepreneur innovation in the growing Canadian technology market.”

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