Deron Waldock > McCarthy Tétrault > Toronto, Canada > Lawyer Profile

McCarthy Tétrault
66 Wellington Street West
Suite 5300, TD Bank Tower Box 48
Toronto ON M5K 1E6
Canada

Work Department

Pensions & Benefits

Position

Deron is co-Chair of McCarthy Tétrault’s seven-lawyer national Pensions, Benefits & Executive Compensation practice. Deron provides strategic advice to employers with respect to the legal and regulatory aspects of pension plans, profit sharing plans, registered retirement savings plans, welfare benefits plans, retirement compensation arrangements and other areas of executive compensation and their related investment arrangements. He has broad and deep experience with respect to the treatment of plans on purchase or sale of a business and corporate reorganizations (including CCAA) and advises as to entitlement to use of surplus assets, and transactions involving numerous publicly traded entities with pension plans involving employees in numerous Canadian jurisdictions. He advises both private and public sector clients that included universities, governmental agencies, multinational corporations and jointly-trusteed and multi-employer pension plans.

Career

Ontario, 1994; Alberta, 2007

Memberships

Past chair of both the Canadian Pension and Benefits Institute Ontario Region and the pensions and benefits executive of the Ontario Bar Association. Deron is currently a member of the International Pension and Benefits Lawyers Association and the Association of Canadian Pension Management.

Lawyer Rankings

Canada > Pensions

McCarthy Tétrault‘s specialist pensions, benefits and executive compensation group is ‘practical, solutions-oriented and knowledgeable‘, according to a client. It advises a broad spectrum of clients on all aspects of designing, managing, administering, and providing services to pension and benefit plans. Investment structuring and working with multi-employer pension plans are noted areas of expertise. Randy Bauslaugh has national and cross-border experience across a variety of matters, including pension litigation, and he is also noted for fund investment work. He jointly leads the practice with the ‘outstandingDeron Waldock , who is experienced in assisting with the pensions aspects of complex transactions. Gregory Winfield is another key contact, as is associate Kelleher Lynch.