about the firm

About the Firm

Innovative. Collaborative. Dependable.

For nearly two decades, Kevin Griener has helped individuals and businesses with their corporate and commercial legal matters. We’re confident that the best outcomes are achieved when we view our clients as part of a team that work towards shared goals. Quality, client-focused service is an essential part of our brand. We’ve embraced a number of innovative approaches to providing legal services, including alternative fee structures, legal project management services and collaborative counsel.

We’ve cultivated a top-notch administrative and support team, as well as a large network of affiliates from across the country that can assist with your legal matters.

Kevin Griener

Kevin Griener provides a broad range of commercial and corporate legal services for business, government and First Nations organizations. A significant part of his practice involves managing and coordinating external counsel on behalf of corporate clients with ongoing legal needs or complex projects. After being called to the Bar in 1996, Kevin lead the business law group at a successful law-firm, and later became its managing partner. In 2008, he accepted a position as General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for a multinational corporation.

His practice now focuses on providing innovative, cost-effective corporate and commercial services. Kevin has provided advice on mergers and acquisitions, developed and implemented corporate governance guidelines, and advised clients on a wide variety of legal issues and transactions. His transactional practice includes corporate and tax restructuring, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, development and land use agreements, asset purchases, and sales.

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J.O. Lambert

Jean-Olivier graduated from the University of Ottawa’s Common Law program in May 2015. During his time at the University of Ottawa, Jean-Olivier was awarded the Annaline Lubbe prize for the highest standing in Competition Law and the Edmond Harnden LLP prize for the highest standing in Labour Law. His work in Competition Law focused on anti-competitive practices in the technology sector.

Prior to attending law school, Jean-Olivier studied finance and accounting at the Telfer School of Management. He spent last summer working at a national law firm in Vancouver, BC. Jean-Olivier plans on focusing his practice on business and tax law.