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

Work Department

Corporate and M&A


Jonathan See is a partner in the firm’s Business Law Group in Toronto and Co-Head of the national M&A Group and Private Equity Group. Recognized for his client-centric approach, Jonathan is one of Canada’s most well-known M&A lawyers acting for sponsors, private equity, alternative investment funds, strategics, and investment banks on a wide range of domestic and cross-border transactions across a wide range of industries. Jonathan is also recognized by Legal 500 and IFLR as a leading lawyer in Corporate M&A, and by a number of noteworthy publications in the areas of infrastructure & energy, private equity, corporate/commercial, and investment funds and banking.


Ontario Bar, 2003.


Law Society of Upper Canada, Canadian Bar Association, Ontario Bar Association.

Lawyer Rankings

Canada > Corporate and M&A

(Leading individuals)

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A firm with offices throughout Canada, in addition to London and New York, McCarthy Tétrault is naturally a key port of call for both domestic and multinational deals. The practice is home to Cameron Belsher, a leading name within the private equity, pension fund, gaming and licensing industries, as well as infrastructure, power and real estate expert, Jonathan See; the pair co-lead the team alongside Shea Small, who splits his time between the London and Toronto offices, and, together with Belsher, is especially well-connected within the metals and mining sector. Other names integral to the offering include public and private M&A, public financing and private equity buyout authority, Clemens Mayr , in addition to Shevaun McGrath, co-lead of the national private equity group, a position which sees her instructed on M&A, capital raising and divestiture endeavours. Furthermore, David Woollcombe provides the practice with considerable corporate finance capabilities, often acting for both issues and investment dealers in public offerings and private placements. Other named lawyers are based in Toronto except for Mayr who works from Montreal.