FASKEN WELCOMES THREE PARTNERS IN CORPORATE COMMERCIAL GROUP IN FIRM’S NEW SURREY, BC OFFICE

Known Surrey lawyers bring local experience and strong community ties

Fasken announces that Randal Dhaliwal, Paul Grewal, and Jason Harris have joined Fasken today as Partners in the new Surrey office.

Randal Dhaliwal practices corporate commercial law with a particular emphasis on secured lending, debt financings and real estate development. His advice is sought on lending transactions and real estate projects. He acts for a variety of financial institutions, real estate developers and businesses.

Paul Grewal practices corporate commercial law with a particular emphasis on secured lending and real estate. He acts for buyers, sellers, investors, developers and lenders in all aspects of real estate and development. Paul also has experience with mortgage investment corporations and a range of commercial transactions

Jason Harris is a corporate and commercial lawyer who acts for entrepreneurs and professionals at all stages of business development, from start-up to cashing out. This includes business acquisitions and sales, succession planning, and corporate reorganizations. Jason also advises clients on their estate planning objectives.

“As Fasken expands its business in Surrey and the Fraser Valley, we are pleased to welcome Randal, Paul and Jason to the Firm,” said William Westeringh, QC, Managing Partner, BC. “Their combined expertise compliments our team and is a great fit for business in this growing and economically vibrant region.”

“Knowing what matters to clients in their local business community is essential for corporate lawyers,” said Peter Feldberg, Firm Managing Partner. “Randal, Paul and Jason understand the legal needs of clients in Surrey and are well established in the community.”

Fasken’s Corporate Commercial group advises clients on legal issues covering all aspects of strategy, day-to-day operations and complex transactions that transform business.

Fasken recently announced the new Surrey office opening.

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