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Liza Quail

Associate

Toronto

PROFILE

Liza is an associate in the firm's business law group. Liza is developing a broad corporate commercial practice and has a particular interest in mergers, acquisitions, securitizations and financings. Liza is a member of the Fogler, Rubinoff Women's Network, and the Associate Committee. Before joining Foglers as an associate, Liza summered and articled with the firm.

Liza completed her J.D. at the University of Windsor, where she sat on student council, acted as a student representative to Faculty Council, gave tutorials as a T.A. for first year Property Law, and held the position of editor in chief for a quarterly publication called the Oyez.

Prior to law school, Liza graduated with a  Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of British Columbia. During her undergraduate studies she volunteered extensively in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, and could be found on her free time enjoying the fresh powder at Whistler. 

Publications

FEBRUARY 28 2020

Foglers partnered with Abuse Hurts to hold a winter clothing drive benefiting Indigenous women

Fogler, Rubinoff LLP partnered with Abuse Hurts and five other Bay Street law firms to hold a winter clothing drive to benefit Indigenous women who have been the victims of abuse. The clothing drive collective 68 bags which were donated to a Toronto First Nations youth centre, and will be distributed from there to their network of shelters and agencies who help Indigenous women.

Abuse Hurts is a charitable organization that aims to raise awareness about the true cost of abuse and supports organizations that help individuals whose lives have been impacted by abuse.

To learn more about Abuse Hurts or to make a monetary donation, please visit their website.

Clothing Drive Photo

APRIL 02 2019

Greater Corporate Transparency on the Horizon: Non-Public CBCA Corporations to be Required to Keep Securities Register of Individuals with "Significant Control"

Bill C-86 Budget Implementation Act, 2018, No. 2 is amending the Canada Business Corporations Act ("CBCA") to require private federal corporations to maintain a register of "individuals with significant control" over the issued capital of the corporation.

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Practice Areas

Education

Called to the Ontario Bar, 2018

J.D., University of Windsor

B.A., University of British Columbia

 

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