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About Jordan Dolgin - Canadian Corporate Law Lawyer Toronto Ontario

About Toronto Business Lawyer Jordan Dolgin

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DPC is a dynamic business law firm with a simple but compelling purpose:

“ help each client Build A Better Business by providing them with highly responsive and practical advice they can immediately use to better manage their business relationships...”

Jordan Dolgin is an established Toronto business lawyer with more than 2 decades of experience assisting clients at each stage of the business life-cycle.

Deal-Making Skills: He is well-known for his ability to successfully close major business transactions including angel/VC financings and M&A transactions as well as successfully guide clients through the challenges of shareholder disputes and corporate divorces.

Personal Philosophy: Jordan’s practice style adopts a client-driven approach that emphasizes a sense of urgency and innovation, detailed analysis, common sense advice, regular communication, solid project management and, most importantly, results.

Dedication to Excellence: He believes in the importance of continuous professional development and is a frequent contributor to several industry publications and participates regularly in professional and client lecture series.

Extensive Network: Jordan strives to be “more than just a lawyer” and has cultivated an extensive network of valued, multi-disciplinary professionals, mentors and intermediaries that are readily available to assist his clients throughout their business life-cycle.

Community Service: He is very active in the York Region business and technology community. His contributions include:

After more than 2 decades of practice, Jordan observes that:

“... a client that invests in building stronger relationships ultimately can Build A Better Business™ and spend less time and money resolving unnecessary disputes ... “.