Incorporation And Corporate Law
The correct company structure is critical to facilitate investment, growth and ease of management. As your company grows, it will need shareholder related agreements and assistance with its day-to-day commercial agreements. On all these matters, Voyer Law has your company’s back.
Registering intellectual property rights will give your business the upper-hand in the marketplace and create valuable assets your business can capitalize on in the future.
Your business is cross-border, so should your legal counsel. As Canadian and U.S. lawyers we seamlessly advise on cross-border legal issues, from incorporation, to growing a team in a new country and complying with new laws. You’ll never hear your lawyer say “we need to speak with lawyers in our U.S. office” again.
Financing and M&A
Financing rounds and mergers and acquisitions are defining points in the lifecycle of a startup. From Convertible Notes, SAFEs and Token Warrants to Series A and beyond, we assist your company with its capital raising activities and M&A events, from inception to exit.
Whether licensing software to end users, designing and licensing custom technology to a key customer, or developing a new medical device requiring registration with the FDA, we analyze your technology, draft the right agreements and make required regulatory filings.
The privacy laws of Canada, the United States, Europe and more may apply to your online data collection practices. We prepare Privacy Policies, develop internal company policies, structure data collection and review compliance with United States, Canadian and European privacy law, including COPPA and GDPR.
Contractors and Employment Law
Employees and contractors are a critical component to your company’s growth. We draft employment and contractor agreements for your team in Canada and the U.S., prepare Option Plans and resolve employment disputes that may arise.
We have extensive experience advising clients on U.S. legal matters. We incorporate U.S. companies, advise on securities, employment and other U.S. laws and facilitate large commercial real estate transactions.