Miller Thomson’s CleanTech Group has extensive experience advising clients across a wide range of areas, including issues in energy, regulatory and environmental law, information technology, intellectual property, corporate finance and securities, project finance, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, corporate and commercial, tax, construction, Aboriginal matters, employment law and litigation.
Our Group's members are located in our offices across Canada and are thoroughly familiar with the unique jurisdictional issues that are shaping this evolving and dynamic sector.
We count among our clients renewable energy developers based both in
We offer customized support to our clients whether they are manufacturers at the early stage of developing a concept or process, developers entering into project planning or seeking regulatory approvals, parties providing necessary capital or service providers supplying expertise. We work with many of
We recognize the urgent need to invest in
Today, there are over 6,000 clean technology companies in
With years of experience assisting companies in this sector with all their legal requirements, Miller Thomson’s CleanTech lawyers can help Canadian clean technology companies realize their potential.
We offer a suite of legal services designed to address the unique issues facing high-tech and clean technology companies, allowing them to compete in a global marketplace. Our business-focused lawyers offer legal counsel on a wide range of issues — from start-up requirements such as business structuring, tax, and intellectual property protection, to technology transfer and development agreements, employment, leasing, financing and advice on government funding programs.
- Intellectual Property
- Information Technology
- Capital Markets and Securities
- Financing / Lending
- Project Financing
- Bank Regulatory Advice
- Private Equity
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Employment Law
- Corporate and Commercial
- Construction and Infrastructure
- Electricity Generation, Transmission and Distribution