Frank has over ten years’ experience providing clients with results-oriented and risk-aware legal advice. Having previously practiced with a large national firm and in-house with one of North America’s largest energy companies, Frank enjoys working collaboratively with his clients.
Frank’s business law practice focuses on serving clients in the technology and emerging industries sectors, including SaaS and mobile app developers, biotechnology companies, game studios, VR/AR/MR studios, and gaming companies. In addition, Frank’s work with nascent and high-growth potential companies involves advising on a wide range of commercial and corporate law matters, including:
- drafting and negotiating agreements such as purchase and sale agreements, joint venture agreements, consulting, services and employment agreements, non-disclosure agreements and co-development agreements;
- corporate and commercial transactions;
- incorporation, corporate structuring and financing;
- regulatory frameworks and compliance; and
- governance and policy development.
Frank is originally from Newfoundland and graduated from Memorial University. He has an LL.B. from Dalhousie University and a Post-Graduate Diploma from the Said Business School at the University of Oxford.
Bar Admissions: Alberta (2007) and British Columbia (2018)