Scott T. Spindler
Scott Spindler is a senior partner with the Business and Financial Services Group and the Practice Group Co-Chair for our Education Law Group. With thirty years of experience working with private and public companies, boards of education, credit unions and other financial institutions, Scott has in-depth experience with a wide variety of legal issues. Scott believes that providing value to clients starts with understanding their needs. He achieves this by establishing a relationship which allows clients to fully and comfortably communicate their priorities and concerns. This relationship, in turn, enables Scott to provide effective solutions. Scott fills the role of trusted advisor for many clients who benefit from the breadth of his experience.
Over the course of three decades, Scott has gained extensive experience with:
- Governance and legal compliance issues
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Joint ventures, partnerships and other co-operative arrangements
- Reorganizations and succession planning • Shareholder and other stakeholder matters
- Structured financings, private placements and public offerings
- IP licensing
- Stock options and incentive compensation arrangements
Scott counsels school boards, credit unions, as well as businesses in a wide range of industry sectors, including technology, advanced manufacturing, transportation and agri-business. This breadth of experience contributes to and is the result of Scott’s practical, creative and business-focused approach to his clients’ needs.
Recently Scott was selected for inclusion in the 2018 edition of Best Lawyers in Canada for his work in Corporate Law. Best Lawyers recognizes law firms and lawyers for their professional excellence and consistent top rating from clients and peers.
Scott is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School and has a bachelor degree from McGill University. He regularly contributes to his profession by delivering educational seminars and to our firm by mentoring junior lawyers.
Assistant: Aaron Gelbard
Business and Financial Services; Education Law; Intellectual Property and Technology