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Calgary South

300, 14505 Bannister Road SE
Calgary, AB T2X 3J3

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Manulife Place
500, 707 - 5 Street SW
Calgary, AB T2P 0Y3

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McLeod Law Celebrates 40 Years

When we began making plans for McLeod Law’s 40th anniversary, who would have imagined the year would be defined by a global pandemic? ...Read More

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McLeod Law Launches Business Innovation and Growth Study

We are excited to learn more about how small businesses are evolving and advance our understanding of how we can collectively maintain and build Alberta’s economic success. The Business Innovation and Growth Study will uncover the innovative practices that small businesses across Alberta are deploying to achieve growth.


McLeod Law named one of Canadian HR Reporter’s Best Places to Work 2021

McLeod Law is honoured to be named one of Canadian HR Reporter’s Best Places to Work 2021.


McLeod Law's Business Law Group Ranks in Chambers Canada 2022

McLeod Law has once again been recognized as Highly Regarded for Corporate/Commercial - Alberta in the 2022 edition of the Chambers Canada Guide: Canada’s Leading Lawyers for Business.


10 McLeod Law lawyers recognized in the 2022 Edition of The Best Lawyers™ in Canada and Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch

We are pleased to announce 10 of our lawyers have been recognized by their peers and colleagues as leading lawyers across 5 practice areas in the 16th Edition of The Best Lawyers™ in Canada and the inaugural edition of the Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch


Maria Nathanail Appointed to Vantedge O&G Inc.’s Board of Directors

Vantedge O&G Inc. (“Vantedge”), a leading-edge technology company focused on compliance solutions for the oil and gas industry, has appointed Maria Nathanail to its Board of Directors.


Alberta and Saskatchewan Adopt New Prospectus Exemption for ‘Self-Certified Investors’

The Alberta Securities Commission (ASC) and the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) of Saskatchewan have adopted a new prospectus exemption effective March 31, 2021 as a 3-year pilot project for Self-Certified Investors. The exemption is intended to facilitate better access to capital for issuers and create enhanced opportunity for participation in the exempt markets by investors that do not fit the eligibility requirements of an accredited investor.

Details of the new exemption are set out in CSA Multilateral Notice of Implementation 45-538 Self-Certified Investor Prospectus Exemption.

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