M.B.A., Dalhousie University, 2005
LL.B., Dalhousie University, Schulich School of Law, 2005
B.Sc. (Honours) Queen’s University, 2000
Canadian Bar Association, Law Society of Ontario, Ontario Bar Association
Called to the Ontario Bar 2006
James practises primarily in the areas of banking, secured financing, and corporate/commercial transactions, providing a business focused, results oriented approach to transactions.
With respect to banking and secured financing, James assists clients in connection with all manner of credit facilities (syndicated, non-syndicated, secured, non-secured, domestic, cross-border, revolving, term), having acted for both lenders and borrowers on transactions from the relatively small, to the larger multi-jurisdiction, multi-billion dollar facilities. James emphasizes a practical approach, responsive to clients’ needs and has extensive expertise in cross border and asset based lending transactions.
James also advises clients on a broad variety of corporate/commercial agreements, including shareholders agreements, partnership agreements, management services agreements, asset and share sale agreements, collaboration agreements, and confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements. James’ clients have included a number of biotech and social media companies as well as not for profit organizations.
Prior to joining Wildeboer Dellelce LLP, James practiced at a large multi-national law firm. In providing service to clients James leverages his business experience and education (MBA, CFA level I).