Gregory Hogan: Lawyer with Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP

Gregory Hogan

Toronto,  ON  Canada
Phone416 860 6554

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Practice Areas

  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Mining
  • Real Estate Investment Trusts
  • Securities
University University of Western Ontario, B.A., 1991; University of Windsor, B.Comm., 1994; Schulich School of Business, M.B.A., 2007
Law SchoolQueen's University, LL.B., 1997
Admitted1999, Ontario

Greg Hogan is a partner in the Securities Group at Cassels Brock. His practice is focused primarily on securities transactions with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance transactions, and corporate reorganizations. Greg provides advice to senior management and boards of directors on the negotiation of key transaction documents, compliance and corporate governance matters, and corporate law issues. He routinely acts for issuers and investment dealers in both private and public financings including structured products. He has worked on transactions in many industries including mining, oil and gas, utilities, telecommunications, financial services, retail and chemicals.

In 2007, Greg completed his MBA at the Schulich School of Business. He concentrated on finance and marketing, and developed a deeper understanding of the business needs of clients and of the purposes of transactions, structures and commercial activities. While completing his MBA, Greg spent a summer working as an investment banking associate at a Canadian investment dealer, gaining exposure to financial analysis and modelling, valuation and fairness opinions.

Greg joined Cassels Brock after spending more than seven years at two other national law firms with offices in Toronto.


· Canadian Bar Association

· Ontario Bar Association

Publications, Newsletters and Articles

Final Amendments to the Public Offering Marketing Rules

At the Crossroads: Where Does Canada Go with Defensive Tactics?

Use and Disclosure of Preliminary Economic Assessments By Mining Issuers

FAQs: Commissioning vs. Notarizing a Document

Guidance for Issuers with Short-Term Liquidity Concerns or Inadequate Offering Proceeds

Proposed Changes to Canadian Rules for Marketing Public Offerings

Conferences, Speaking Engagements, Events

Cassels Brock Proud Sponsor of 2012 Global Cleantech 100 Summit & Gala


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National Instrument 43-101: Part 2 - What Issuers Need to Know About Terminology
Gregory Hogan,Alexander Pizale, August 30, 2014
This is the second instalment in our periodic series on National Instrument 43-101.

Ontario Exempt Market Initiatives Update
Gregory Hogan,Brian P. Koscak,Sean Williamson, April 10, 2014
On March, 20, 2014, the Ontario Securities Commission (the “OSC”) published for comment four new prospectus exemptions. The exemptions are aimed at opening up new ways to raise capital, particularly for start-ups and small and medium-sized enterprises (“SMEs”), while...

National Instrument 43-101: What Issuers Need to Know About Technical Reports
Gregory Hogan,Alexander Pizale, February 21, 2014
Numerous Canadian mining companies have recently found themselves publicly correcting or retracting disclosures made regarding their mineral projects. These corrections and retractions are the result of more detailed and frequent reviews by Canadian securities regulators and evidence certain themes...

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Gregory Hogan

40 King Street West
TorontoON M5H 3C2


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