Wildeboer Dellelce LLP

Website:

http://www.wildlaw.ca

Email:

[email protected]

Telephone:

416 361 4793

Address:

365 Bay Street, Suite 800

Toronto, Ontario, M5H 2V1

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Wildeboer Dellelce was founded in 1993 by five partners who had the vision of building a standalone corporate finance and tax law firm that would compete with Canada’s much larger, established corporate law firms. In its first week the firm purchased a pool table for its library. While the pool table does not get as much use today as in those early days, it still serves as a symbol of the firm’s identity and culture.

The firm has grown to over 70 people with approximately 45 legal professionals who serve the legal needs of a diverse client base of both public and private businesses. From 2001-2011, the firm maintained a branch office in Waterloo and the firm continues to service its Kitchener-Waterloo client base in the technology and knowledge based industries out of its Toronto office. In 2006 the firm moved from offices in One First Canadian Place to its own building, Wildeboer Dellelce Place, at the corner of Bay and Richmond Streets in Toronto.

Blockchain Industry Expertise

Distributed ledger technology (DLT) and DLTs built as blockchains have received extensive attention in recent years as many industries are considering the possible applications of these new technologies. As these technologies advance, they will have a profound impact on anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing regimes, and securities and tax legislation with future impacts to areas such as consumer protection and the basic principles of contract law.

Wildeboer Dellelce was one of the first professional services firms to announce that it will accept digital currency towards the payment of its legal fees, subject to standard commercial practices.

Leveraging our expertise across all disciplines of the firm, including regulatory, corporate finance and securities, and tax, the firm provides advice relating to blockchain and distributed ledger technologies, digital assets including cryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings (ICOs) and initial token offerings (ITOs).

Wildeboer Dellelce lawyers are thought leaders in this sector and are frequently called upon to speak at industry events due to their blockchain industry knowledge and expertise.

Wildeboer Dellelce was founded in 1993 by five partners who had the vision of building a standalone corporate finance and tax law firm that would compete with Canada’s much larger, established corporate law firms. In its first week the firm purchased a pool table for its library. While the pool table does not get as much use today as in those early days, it still serves as a symbol of the firm’s identity and culture.

The firm has grown to over 70 people with approximately 45 legal professionals who serve the legal needs of a diverse client base of both public and private businesses. From 2001-2011, the firm maintained a branch office in Waterloo and the firm continues to service its Kitchener-Waterloo client base in the technology and knowledge based industries out of its Toronto office. In 2006 the firm moved from offices in One First Canadian Place to its own building, Wildeboer Dellelce Place, at the corner of Bay and Richmond Streets in Toronto.

Blockchain Industry Expertise

Distributed ledger technology (DLT) and DLTs built as blockchains have received extensive attention in recent years as many industries are considering the possible applications of these new technologies. As these technologies advance, they will have a profound impact on anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing regimes, and securities and tax legislation with future impacts to areas such as consumer protection and the basic principles of contract law.

Wildeboer Dellelce was one of the first professional services firms to announce that it will accept digital currency towards the payment of its legal fees, subject to standard commercial practices.

Leveraging our expertise across all disciplines of the firm, including regulatory, corporate finance and securities, and tax, the firm provides advice relating to blockchain and distributed ledger technologies, digital assets including cryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings (ICOs) and initial token offerings (ITOs).

Wildeboer Dellelce lawyers are thought leaders in this sector and are frequently called upon to speak at industry events due to their blockchain industry knowledge and expertise.