Linda Tu > Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP > Toronto, Canada > Lawyer Profile

Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
199 BAY STREET
SUITE 4000, COMMERCE COURT WEST
TORONTO, ONTARIO M5L 1A9
Canada

Work Department

Securities

Position

Linda’s practice focuses on the areas of corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and investment funds. She advises on general corporate matters, public and private offering transactions, disclosure requirements and corporate governance matters.

Linda has acted for public and private companies, underwriters, institutional and strategic investors and investment dealers in a wide range of industry sectors, including mining, agriculture, retail, financial services, technology, cannabis and renewable energy.

Prior to joining Blakes, Linda practised in the Toronto office of another national firm, providing corporate and securities law advice, and completed a secondment with the Ontario Securities Commission.

Linda also speaks Mandarin Chinese.

Lawyer Rankings

Canada > Corporate and M&A

(Next Generation Partners)

Linda TuBlake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP leverages a broad national footprint, in addition to overseas office in London and New York, to support on a variety of public and private M&A matters, both domestic and multinational. Calgary lawyer Ross Bentley has transacted some of the largest capital market transactions and M&A deals over recent years, many of which are valued in the multi-billions, meanwhile, at the Toronto office, practice co-head David Kruse serves as a leading authority on all-manner of matters within the automotive sector. Based alongside him is Michael Gans, a go-to for both middle market and industry redefining deals, as well as Jeffrey Lloyd who supplements his dealmaking prowess with knowledge of corporate governance, shareholder activism and securities law. At the more junior end of the partnership spectrum, Linda Tu is a high-flyer, active on M&A, public and private offering transactions, disclosure requirements and corporate finance. The workload covers a far-reaching range of sectors including financial services, health and pharmaceuticals, insurance, food and beverage, gaming, power and automotive, among many others.