Linda J. Hogg

Linda Hogg is a partner in Gowling WLG's Vancouver office. She practises corporate and securities law with a particular emphasis on corporate finance for public and private companies, mergers and acquisitions, mining, and corporate governance.

Linda's practice involves:

  • Mineral property options
  • Joint ventures, option/earn-ins, royalties
  • Public and private equity and debt financings
  • Corporate reorganizations and acquisitions
  • Corporate governance
  • Corporate and securities regulatory compliance
  • Shareholder meetings and dissident proxy solicitations
  • Stock exchange listings
  • Securities regulatory compliance

Linda has represented both domestic and foreign companies with interests in mining, oil and gas, alternate energy (wind and run of river), local industries and European business investments.

In conjunction with the TSX Venture Exchange and British Columbia Securities Commission, Linda teaches a course at Simon Fraser University on public companies. She has taught almost as long as she has practised, having also lectured at the University of British Columbia and for continuing legal education programs.

Linda has served on the TSX Venture Exchange Advisory Committee, advising on policy development for the TSX, and as Chair of the Securities Subsection of the B.C. Branch of the Canadian Bar Association.

Associations professionnelles

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Law Society of British Columbia
  • Vancouver Bar Association

Mandats représentatifs

  • Acted for industrial and mining corporations in connection with initial public offerings, secondary offerings and private placements both locally and internationally.
  • Negotiated and drafted mining joint venture agreements.
  • Advised public companies on day-to-day matters involving governance and continuous disclosure obligations.
  • Acted for corporations in reorganizations, plans of arrangement and amalgamations.
  • Prepared and advised with respect to a variety of public and private securities offerings including series convertible debenture issues, flow-through share offerings and national securities offerings.
  • Advised on a wide variety of corporate matters including insider trading, control person restrictions, securities exemptions and orders, corporate governance, annual general meetings and proxy disputes.