Peter focuses primarily on mergers and acquisitions, corporate and commercial law, commercial real estate and development and secured financing.
- Merger, acquisition and securities transactions involving national and international businesses
- Exchange Income Corporation – corporate conversion and ongoing business acquisitions
- Manitoba Hydro – 138MW power purchase transaction for wind generated power with Pattern Energy
- Manitoba Hydro – secured loan transaction to Pattern Energy
- TruServ Canada Inc. – merger transaction with RONA Inc.
- Old Dutch Foods Ltd. – takeover bid for Humpty Dumpty Snack Foods Inc.
- First National Alarmcap Income Fund – plan of arrangement and TSX Listing
- Dunn-Rite Food Products Ltd. – sale of business
- Monarch Industries Ltd. – sale of business
- Acquisition of Carlson Engineered Composites by Carfair Composites (a subsidiary of New Flyer Industries)
- Acquisition of AmerisourceBergen Technology Group by Intelligent Hospital Systems Inc. creating new company named ARxIUM
- Representing various different purchasers and sellers in respect of automotive acquisitions and divestitures
- Representing various private clients in the purchase, sale and development of various real estate projects
Peter has extensive experience in private and public Canadian and cross-border merger and acquisition transactions. In addition, he has a broad base of general corporate and commercial, real estate and securitization experience acquired by advising clients in various industries at all stages of development. Peter provides the firm’s clients with practical, high value and strategic advice in connection with their commercial and transactional needs.
- Council Member, United Way GenNext
- Innovator, Children’s Hospital Foundation
- Director, Winnipeg Phoenix FC
- Coach, various soccer clubs, including the University of Winnipeg (Men’s Program)
- The Law Society of Manitoba
- Manitoba Bar Association
- Canadian Bar Association
- Dean’s List, Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba (2001)
- D.A. Thompson Q.C. Prize in contract law (2002)