David Allardice

LawyerMiller Titerle Law CorporationCapital Markets and M&A; Corporate and Private M&A

David's practice focuses on middle market mergers and acquisitions and complex commercial transactions. He has significant experience negotiating and managing transactions for buyers and sellers across a broad range of sectors and ranging in value from small to very large. A significant portion of his practice involves work in the energy, forestry and other natural resources sectors, though it also includes transactions in heavy industry, technology, retail, hospitality, and professional services sectors.

David's practice focuses on middle market mergers and acquisitions and complex commercial transactions. He has significant experience negotiating and managing transactions for buyers and sellers across a broad range of sectors and ranging in value from small to very large. A significant portion of his practice involves work in the energy, forestry and other natural resources sectors, though it also includes transactions in heavy industry, technology, retail, hospitality, and professional services sectors.

David brings a constructive and collaborative style to the negotiation process, focusing on the points that matter to his client, while always looking for practical solutions to issues that arise during a transaction. David leads the Mergers & Acquisitions practice group at Miller Titerle Law Corporation.

Education

  • McGill University, LL.B. (with Distinction), 2007
  • Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia, M.B.A. , 2006

Bar Admission

  • British Columbia, 2006

Experience

  • Share purchase of boutique hotel (sale price approx. $5.5m)
  • Asset sale of fitness centre group of companies (sale price approx. $9m)
  • Share sale of software company (sale price approx. $30m)
  • Share purchase of boutique hotel (sale price approx. $5.5m)
  • Asset sale of fitness centre group of companies (sale price approx. $9m)
  • Share sale of software company (sale price approx. $30m)
  • Share purchase and acquisition of royalty option in a mineral property (consideration approx. $30m)
  • Hybrid share and asset sale of 70% interest in group of companies (sale price approx. $40m)
  • Share purchase of industrial facility in Nova Scotia (purchase price approx. $51m plus assumed liabilities)
  • Acquisition of gold and silver interests in a mineral property (consideration approx. $60m)
  • Asset purchase of industrial facility on south coast of British Columbia (purchase price approx. $100m plus assumed liabilities)

Associations

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Treasurer, Natural Resources Law Section of Canadian Bar Association
  • American Bar Association (Mergers & Acquisitions)