David Redford

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David Redford* is a partner in the Securities Group at Cassels. David’s practice focuses primarily on corporate and securities law, including capital markets, mergers and acquisitions and finance transactions. David has represented clients in numerous public and private debt and equity securities offerings, corporate acquisitions, reorganizations, joint ventures and other corporate and commercial transactions. He also advises on securities regulatory reporting and compliance. David works extensively with mineral resource issuers and has developed a broad depth of experience in respect of the requirements of National Instrument 43-101 and the securities law requirements for mineral resource issuers.

David is a member of the Securities and Business Law sections of the Canadian Bar Association. In connection with his mining expertise, he is also a member of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada. David has been a contributing author for Canadian capital markets in the International Law Office online legal newsletter and has presented on the topic of mining disclosure.

David is ranked as a leading lawyer by Chambers Global and Chambers Canada. He has also been recognized by Lexpert as one of the leading Canadian lawyers in global mining and by Best Lawyers in Canada in the area of Securities Law.

*denotes Law Corporation

  • Best Lawyers in Canada (Securities)
  • Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory (Mining, Corporate Finance & Securities)
  • Chambers Canada (Mining)
  • Chambers Global (Mining)
  • IFLR1000 (Capital Markets, M&A)
  • Lexpert Special Edition, Global Leaders in Mining
  • Lexpert, Rising Star Award (2011)
  • “He is a pragmatic lawyer who gets to the important issues and deals with them on a transaction.” – Chambers Canada (Mining)
  • “Always able to step into any situation and help with strategy.” – Chambers Global (Mining)
  • “He gets where we’re coming from and has our best interests at heart.” – Chambers Canada (Mining)
  • LL.B., University of British Columbia, 1997
  • B.A., University of Victoria, 1994
  • British Columbia, 1998
  • Canadian Bar Association, Securities and Business Law Sections
  • Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC)