LaBarge Weinstein the most active law firm in Canada for VC deals in 2015
Things have been busy at LaBarge Weinstein and people are noticing.
According to data from the Canadian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (CVCA) and reported in The Globe and Mail, LaBarge Weinstein was the most active legal firm involved in VC deals in 2015.
CVCA reports are based on a subset of reported transactions, representing just a portion of LaBarge Weinsteinâ€™s VC transactions. Read more about this here.
LaBarge Weinstein continues to assist both companies and venture capital firms and other investors in growing knowledge-based communities around the world. To date, weâ€™ve worked closely with clients across Canada, in all 10 provinces, and with foreign investors throughout the United States and Europe.
Of course, venture capital deals were just a part of what the LaBarge Weinstein team did in 2015. Through the year, our team represented buyers and sellers in M&A transactions including Veritaaq, Tweed, Kik Interactive, Brovada and Mabelâ€™s Labels. We helped promising young companies like Gymtrack, Jobber and Showbie raise more than $9.1 million in seed financing. We also worked with companies like Mogo Finance Technology to go public, in this case in their $50 million IPO.
With particular focus on mergers and acquisitions, public and private company financing and tax structuring and litigation, LaBarge Weinstein is happy to support clients in every stage of their business, from startup to exit.
Contact us today to find out how we can help you and your business.