- Immigration Law
- Business Law
|University ||University of Toronto (Honours Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy/Political Sciences, with Distinction, 2005)|
|Law School||University of Montreal, Bachelor of Civil Law, 2008|
Young Bar Association of Montreal
Jeune Chambre de Commerce de Montreal
Jonathan Feingold is a member of our Business Law and Litigation groups. His practice involves areas as diverse as:
•General commercial disputes
•Private international law / Conflict of laws
•Shareholder disputes, remedies and agreements
•Provisional remedies such as seizures before judgment, Mareva injunctions and Anton Piller orders
•Mergers and acquisitions and asset purchase agreements
•Commercial leases and landlord-tenant disputes
•Distribution and trade issues.
He is an experienced pleader, regularly appearing before the Superior Court and Court of Appeal.
Jonathan represents companies with long-standing local and international operations, as well as startups. His clients operate in all sectors of activity, including real estate, logistics and freight forwarding, the fashion industry and media.
Co-author, with Jean-Pierre Sheppard et al., of the Canada chapter in Enforcement of Money Judgments (Huntington, NY: Juris Publishing, Inc., loose-leaf, August 2009 update)
Member of the Canadian Friends of Tel Aviv University Professional Young Board
|Reported Cases||Representative Matters: Recent representative work includes: Sale of Groupe Marchand to FYidoctors: - Represented the shareholders of Groupe Marchand for the sale of their shares to FYI Eye Care Services and Products Inc. Headquartered in Calgary, FYidoctors is one of the country's leading suppliers of ophthalmic products and services, with over 450 optometrists in more than 280 locations. Groupe Marchand operates over 85 clinics. Castor Holdings case: - Represents a group of European investors in a professional liability claim against the auditors of Castor Holdings Ltd. following the company's bankruptcy. This is one of the most complex and notorious cases in the country's history. Sale of Dicom Transportation Group: - Participated in the sale of Dicom, a major business-to-business transportation company, to a Chicago-based private equity fund. Represented the sellers. Dicom, which has approximately 1, 000 employees and generates annual revenues of about $175 million, carries on business in Quebec and Ontario under the Dicom, Dicom Express and GoJiT banners. It operates 25 distribution centers and a fleet of more than 700 trucks, trailers and other vehicles.|
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