Myron is a corporate lawyer with significant experience in the technology sector. Myron is the Co-Leader of Miller Thomson’s national High Growth and Emerging Companies Program – MTech. His practice focuses primarily on domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture financing. He regularly advises technology, media, and telecommunications companies and understands the unique issues and regulatory environment these organizations face. He was listed in Canada's Best Lawyers 2022 in the category of Ones to Watch. Myron’s clients rely on him to identify and assist in solving complex legal issues through practical, thoughtful solutions aligned with his client’s corporate strategies and growth. His approach centers on his client’s success and works with them to achieve this and get the deal done.

Myron’s experience working in the technology sector, along with years of practical legal and business experience, allows him to provide responsive, creative and customized advice that aligns with his client’s goals and mitigates their risk. He is razor-focused on delivering excellence to his clients quickly, efficiently and pragmatically. Myron is a thought leader on the impacts of ESG in M&A transactions and routinely advises boards, stakeholders and shareholder on ESG matters.

Venture Capital and Emerging Companies: Myron routinely works with private equity and venture capital funds, strategic investors and high growth emerging companies. He acts for both issuers and investors in investments – from seed stage financing through to going public. For emerging companies, Myron provides strategic advice on making themselves investment-ready and guiding them through each financing transaction. He is actively involved in several accelerators and business incubator programs where he provides mentorship to the startup community. Myron also plays a central role in the firm’s partnership with OneEleven.

Myron is a recognized thought leader and routinely writes and speaks at various conferences and podcasts on emerging companies and the legal impacts of innovative technologies, such as A.I. and blockchain. He has co-authored chapters for two books written by leading global experts titled “Law of Artificial Intelligence and Smart Machines: Understanding A.I. and the Legal Impact” and “Cloud 3.0.” Myron is actively involved in the technology industry and has served on the Board of Directors for numerous companies, including a multinational cybersecurity company. He serves as a Strategic Advisor to the Canadian RegTech Association and past-chair of the Canadian Venture Capital Association’s Young Professional’s Committee.