Stephen Nguyen  


Executive Summary

Stephen Nguyen is an Associate in the Toronto office of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP and a member of the Business and Corporate Commercial Group.

Stephen's practice covers a broad range of corporate and commercial matters, with an emphasis on private mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganizations and various commercial arrangements and agreements, including, without limitation, shareholders’ agreements, services agreements, licensing agreements and collaboration agreements. In addition to private companies, Stephen also regularly advises not-for-profit corporations and charities on corporate, commercial and governance matters.

Stephen articled with Borden Ladner Gervais LLP before joining the Firm as an Associate in 2015. Stephen previously summered in-house with an international manufacturer of consumer goods.

Representative Work

  • Regularly advises an HVAC service and rental company with multiple asset and share transactions 
  • Regularly advises a national lubricants manufacturer with respect to general commercial matters
  • Regularly advises Ontario public colleges with respect to commercial and governance matters
  • Advised an aerospace and defense company with a global restructuring in connection with the realignment of its business segment 
  • Advised Cushman & Wakefield Inc. with its acquisition of 20 VIC Management Inc.
  • Advised a purchaser in connection with its acquisition of a major food processing company
  • Advised Tender Choice Foods Inc. in connection with its sale to Blue Goose Pure Foods Ltd of its secondary meat processing business
  • Advised Joe Johnson Equipment Inc. in connection with the sale of its Canadian and U.S. municipal equipment business to Federal Signal Corporation
  • Advised several Ontario public hospitals in connection with intellectual property commercialization transactions, use of excess real estate asset transactions, joint venture arrangements with for-profit businesses, and other revenue-generating activities
  • Advised multiple Ontario veterinarians with respect to reorganizations and share transactions
  • Advised Anixter Canada Inc. in connection with obtaining a $325M credit facility with the Bank of Nova Scotia