Gregory Hogan

Gregory Hogan
Telephone: 416 860 6554
Fax: 416 640 3175

Suite 2100, Scotia Plaza
40 King Street West
Toronto, ON M5H 3C2

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Greg Hogan is a partner in the Securities Group at Cassels Brock, with a practice focused on corporate finance transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and related corporate and commercial matters. Greg provides advice on and executes public and private financings, domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, going-private transactions, divestitures and other commercial arrangements. Greg structures complex domestic and international transactions and negotiates key transaction terms and documents.  He provides ongoing advice on securities law matters, compliance issues, corporate governance, and corporate law matters. He routinely acts for both issuers and investment dealers. Transactions have spanned numerous industries including technology, mining, oil and gas, utilities, telecommunications, financial services, retail and chemicals.

Greg leads the firm’s Registration and Compliance Group, is a member of the Securities Group’s opinions committee, and a member of the firm’s Mining and Technology industry groups.

Greg joined Cassels Brock after spending more than seven years at two other national law firms with offices in Toronto.


Schulich School of Business, MBA, 2007

Queen's University, LL.B., 1997

University of Windsor, B.Comm., 1994

Western University, B.A., 1991

Recent Work

Publications, Newsletters and Articles

Canadian Securities Regulators Issue Guidance Regarding Cannabis-Related Disclosures

TMX Group Exchanges Provide Guidance to Crypto and Blockchain Issuers

CSA Members Set Terms and Conditions for Crypto-Based Investment Fund Managers

Conferences, Speaking Engagements, Events

Proud Sponsor of the ACG's 2018 Lunch Panel Series: Featuring Expert Insights from Greg Hogan

Proud Sponsor of StableView TECH17 Featuring Expert Insights by Andrea FitzGerald and Greg Hogan

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Ontario, 1999


  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association


Emerging Companies & Technology
Mergers & Acquisitions
Real Estate Investment Trusts