Originally from Gaspésie, Bryan is the founder of ROBINSON Business Law. He is a graduate of the University of Ottawa where he earned his law degree in 2001. He was admitted to the Québec Bar in 2002.
He focuses his practice in the areas of startups, corporate law, financing, and other commercial activities. Bryan serves as general counsel for a number of small and mid-sized businesses, providing custom made representation for business transactions, as well as day-to-day guidance on legal and operational issues. Bryan has extensive experience in corporate financing, including private equity, which has led him to frequently analyze the various exemptions from Regulation 45-106 respecting prospectus exemptions under the Securities Act.
Bryan has performed hundreds of incorporations and regularly handles governance matters, different types of Shareholders agreements, corporate and tax related reorganizations and M&A activities.
Bryan has established relationships with professionals in Canada and internationally, namely in the UK, in order to meet the growing needs of businesses and/or exploring new markets.
Bryan is a lecturer in business law at the University of Ottawa, both in terms of the civil law degree and the master’s Program in notarial law. Furthermore, he is professor of the business law module at the Québec Bar School. He has taught to hundreds of future lawyers and notaries over the past years.
He is a member of the following boards of directors:
– Fondation Maison Mathieu-Froment-Savoie
– Clinique de droit notarial de l’Outaouais
– Association des gens d’affaires et professionnels du Vieux-Gatineau