Remo De Sordi

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Remo De Sordi

Remo De Sordi Managing Partner

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Services provided by Remo De Sordi Law Corporation.

Education
ADMITTED TO THE BAR:
  • University of Manitoba (B.A., 1983; LL.B., 1988).

Remo has spent his entire career advising a wide variety of business clients in all areas of corporate and commercial law. He has extensive experience in the acquisition and disposition of businesses, preparation and negotiation of agreements, financing, secured transactions and shareholder dispute resolutions. Remo has also gained extensive experience in connection with commercial real property matters including purchases, dispositions, financing and development matters. He regularly provides advice to non-profit organizations.

Passionate about fully understanding his clients’ businesses, goals and needs, Remo proactively identifies issues before they become problematic and is committed to assisting his clients by providing strategic, thoughtful and effective counsel.

Memberships and Professional Designations

  • Canadian Bar Association 
  • Manitoba Bar Association 

 

Positions

  • Taylor McCaffrey LLP Management Committee, Member (2016-present)
  • Chair of the Southern European Immigration Initiative in connection with the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program
  • Director of Skills Connect Inc. Operating under the name Third Quarter
  • Manitoba Opera, former Trustee
  • Italian Cultural Centre of Manitoba, Inc., former President
  • Italian Canadian League of Manitoba, former Director
  • Villa Cabrini, Inc., former Director

Publications/Presentations

  • Manitoba Bar Association: “Due Diligence in Commercial Transactions”
  • Law Society of Manitoba: “Financing the Purchase”, “Duties and Obligations of Officers and Directors”
  • University of Manitoba Faculty of Law, Sessional Lecturer: “Solicitors Transactions”
  • Manitoba Bar Association: “Demystifying Financial Statements from a Business Law Perspective”
  • Manitoba Bar Association: “Selecting the Appropriate Form of Business Structure”