At Fogler, Rubinoff, we believe that making a difference begins with trust. Experience and sound judgment earn it. Client relationships are built on it. Results keep it.

Sean Nouch




Sean is an associate with the firm's business law and capital markets & securities groups. 

Sean completed his J.D. at Queen’s University.  Prior to law school, he earned a Bachelor of Commerce with high distinction from the University of Toronto, where he specialized in management. While at Queen’s Law, Sean participated and co-captained the school’s Law Games Team and Tortfeasors Rugby Club. Sean was also a student caseworker at the Queen’s Elder Law Clinic, which provides free legal services to seniors in southeastern Ontario.

In his spare time, Sean enjoys playing soccer, travelling and tending to his tomato garden.


OCTOBER 26 2021

DeFi - Risks, Regulations, and What's to Come

Crypto-assets, which are forms of digital currency that operate on a decentralized network, are known to be theoretically immune to government interference and manipulation, as these digital assets operate on systems that are "decentralized". This concept of decentralized control runs antithesis to traditional financial systems, which rely on the use of centralized intermediaries. Unlike traditional currency, crypto-assets can be transferred from peer to peer, without the need to be relinquished to an intermediary party, such as a bank or a government.

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JUNE 14 2021

Why “Privacy” Should (Also) Be On Your Mind

With new federal privacy legislation moving through the pipeline, and the increase in online sales (car sales especially), dealers and businesses alike should put their mind to whether they have adequate privacy policies in place to comply with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (“PIPEDA”).


Republished with permission from the June 2021 issue of The Ontario Dealer magazine.

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FEBRUARY 16 2021

Ontario's Colour-Coded COVID-19 System & Condominium Restrictions as of February 16, 2021

As regions move back to the colour-coded framework, condominiums should be aware of relevant restrictions that affect day-to-day operations of the condominium including but not limited to changes to gym re-opening limits and gathering limits. 

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  • Called to the Ontario Bar, 2021
  • J.D., Queen's University, 2020
  • BCom., University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management, 2017

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