Art Linton

Art Linton, Sorbara Law

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Listed in Business/Corporate, Commercial


Law School: Osgoode Hall Law School (J.D. 2013)

State/Provincial Admissions: Ontario (2013)

Art brings thirty years of international business experience to the practice of law and to finding business and legal solutions to his clients’ litigation, regulatory and commercial concerns.

Long before graduating from Osgoode Hall Law School and being called to the bar of Ontario in 2013, Art was familiar with the challenges leading to business success. He founded Switchview Inc., a Waterloo based network management company. The firm became one of Canada’s largest private technology companies and the acknowledged standard for governments and large enterprises around the world.

Art appreciates the importance of corporate finance. He has been an officer, director, and advisor to private businesses as well as to public companies in Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom. He has played a central role in private placements and public offerings in Canada and the United States.

Art is a thought leader; his articles and opinions on current business and legal topics appear regularly in print. He is particularly interested in regulatory and litigation issues affecting financial advisors, dealers and brokers.

Canadian business and law are inextricably linked to the laws of our closest global trading partners. Art is a member of the Canadian and American Bar Associations as well as the Law Society of England and Wales (International Division).

Art is a member of the Royal Canadian Military Institute, a past director and vice-chair of the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada and a past director and president of Deer Ridge Golf Club.

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