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Hassan Chaudhary

905-667-6412


hchaudhary@rossmcbride.com

Year of call: 2015

Hassan is an Associate in the Business Law and Real Estate Law Groups of the firm. He practices in the areas of corporate/commercial law and commercial and residential real estate.  

Hassan obtained his Bachelors of Arts (Hons.) from the University of Toronto and his Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School. While attending law school, Hassan was selected for the Business Law Intensive, where he worked alongside in-house counsel of a publicly-traded commercial real estate company. The experience provided him with an opportunity to appreciate potential legal issues from a client’s perspective and prepare legal solutions in advance. 

Hassan has gained experience in the purchase and sale of businesses, secured financings, corporate reorganizations, partnership and shareholder agreements, creative contractual arrangements, commercial leases and real estate transactions.

While consistently striving for professional excellence, Hassan is also involved in the community where he partners with local organizations to provide assistance to those in need.


Organizations and Activities

  • Law Society of Upper Canada - Member
  • Hamilton Law Association - Member
  • Boys and Girls Club of Hamilton - Director
  • Pro Bono Ontario Corporate Law Clinic - Volunteer
  • Lawyers Feeding the Hungry - Volunteer

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