Gordon Raman practises in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and corporate finance. Gordon has worked with clients in a broad range of industries, including automation and technology, private equity, financial services, real estate and engineering and construction.
Gordon advises senior management and boards of public and private companies in M&A transactions including take-over bids, plans of arrangements, share and asset acquisitions and distressed M&A transactions. He also advises boards and special committees on corporate governance matters. In addition, Gordon advises issuers, underwriters and investors in corporate finance transactions of equity and debt securities, including high-yield securities and works with private equity clients in fund formations.
Gordon was seconded for a period to a large technology company in order to provide day-to-day legal advice and to assist in developing a process for the provision of continuing legal advice to the company. Gordon has taught a corporate law course at Osgoode Hall Law School as an adjunct professor and has co-taught an M&A course at Western Law. Gordon has written numerous articles in the areas of M&A and corporate finance. As part of his MBA studies, he completed an exchange program at Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris in France.