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Jeremy D. Fraiberg

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

Jeremy D. Fraiberg, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

Jeremy is co-Chair of Osler’s Mergers and Acquisitions Group and former co-Chair of Osler’s Mining Group. He has acted for public and private companies, boards of directors, special committees and private equity firms on a range of acquisitions, securities offerings and other corporate transactions. Jeremy routinely represents investment dealers on fairness opinions, valuations and complex financial advisory assignments. He has taught at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law on contested mergers and proxy contests and has spoken and written about a range of legal issues. After graduating from law school Jeremy served as a law clerk to Chief Justice Antonio Lamer at the Supreme Court of Canada.

Year Called to the Bar:2000 (ON)
100 King St W, Suite 6200, 1 First Cdn Pl, PO Box 50
Toronto, ON
Phone: (416) 862-6505
Fax: (416) 862-6666
E-mail: jfraiberg@osler.com

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