Sean Baraich’s practice focuses on corporate and securities law transactions involving private and public companies.

Sean advises clients on a variety of corporate, commercial and securities law matters, including public offerings, private placements and mergers and acquisitions. He has acted for both purchasers and vendors in connection with various equity and asset transactions and for both issuers and underwriters in connection with debt and equity financings. In addition, Sean advises public and private companies with respect to general corporate and securities law issues, including continuous disclosure obligations, corporate governance, regulatory compliance and Canadian stock exchange matters.

While completing his J.D. at the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia Sean was active in his student community as a student representative with Legal ‎Education Outreach and a member of the South Asian Law Students’ Association.‎ Sean also served as a student clinician at Business Law Clinic at the Allard School of Law providing segments of the business community, who have limited means, with access to legal services.