Are you an in-house counsel struggling to provide pragmatic and reliable advice in a timely and cost-effective manner? We can help!
Port Coquitlam corporate counsel Ashdin Law provides support to all kinds of business. This might be a growing business that needs part-time counsel or a large business that needs an extra resource for a specific and complex project.
We thoroughly understand these needs. As a trusted and experienced Port Coquitlam corporate counsel, we also appreciate that providing this support means looking at all the intricacies of the underlying business. It also means using strong project management and organizational skills, and taking a 360 degree view of the issues.
Our fearless leader Ish Lila is uniquely qualified to provide corporate counsel services as he was in house counsel for a multi-national publicly traded organization for twelve years. In addition to being an expeirenced lawyer, he’s also a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA). This means that he’s trained to analyze the numbers and resolve tax issues at every stage of the business cycle. This is a rare, and valuable, combination in corporate counsel, one that benefits our clients at every stage of the process.
Ish can advise on both domestic and international corporate structures. He has first-hand experience setting up structures in Australia, Bermuda, Denmark, India, the Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States. Ish also has considerable experience with corporate governance matters. He can advise your Board of Directors, making sure that the appropriate governance processes are in place in order to relieve tax risks.
In addition to legal advice, Ashdin Law can also:
- act as a sounding board or a second set of eyes for you,
- provide independent corporate strategic advice to your business, and
- review and negotiate contracts on your behalf.
Did we mention Ish also has notable experience with purchase and sale, corporate reorganizations, joint ventures, new investments and tenders in Canada as well as international jurisdictions?