Lindsay Clark
Associate | Vancouver
Vancouver: 604-631-3316

Lindsay advises entrepreneurial and corporate clients with a focus on private mergers and acquisitions, corporate financing and commercial matters.

Lindsay has acted extensively for early-stage and venture-backed technology companies, as well as Canadian and US-based funds investing in growth-stage technology companies. Lindsay provides practical and effective day-to-day advice to growing companies, negotiating commercial and IP-related agreements, advising on structure, personnel and governance matters, and guiding companies through various financing rounds and M&A negotiations involving Canadian, US and other international parties.

SELECT EXPERIENCE

Recent examples of Lindsay's experience include acting for:

Venture Financing

  • Software company in its US$11.3-million Series B financing

  • Mining technology company in its C$19-million Series B financing

  • Educational technology company in its C$4.5-million Series A financing

  • eCommerce platform company in its US$9-million Series A financing

  • IoT technology company in its seed and US$15-million Series A financings

  • US-based VC firm in a Toronto technology company's US$11.5-million financing

Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Cognizant on its acquisition of Idea Couture, a privately held firm that offers a broad range of digital innovation, strategy, design and technology services

  • The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation on its merger with the Canadian Cancer Society

  • Dominion Lending Centres Inc. on its acquisition of the assets of Mortgage Architects Inc.

  • Technology company in its acquisition by a Vancouver-based social media company

Other Notable Work

  • Zymeworks Inc. in connection with its US$58.5-million initial public offering of common shares on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and New York Stock Exchange

  • New Vancouver-based investment fund in its formation-related matters

  • Mobile software company in the first offering made under the start-up crowdfunding exemption

  • Ottawa-based software company in its C$35-million bought deal public offering