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Erin Moch

Associate

403.260.0144
emoch@bdplaw.com
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Education:
CPA Canada, In-Depth Taxation Program, 2022

University of Saskatchewan, Juris Doctor, 2017

University of British Columbia, Bachelor of Arts, History, 2014

Bar admission: Saskatchewan, 2018 and Alberta, 2022
Industries:
Agribusiness, food and beverage, Government and not for profit, Oil and gas, Power, Renewables and energy transition, Start-up and early-stage companies, Technology
Practice areas:
Business law, Capital markets, Commercial agreements, Corporate governance and disclosure, Corporate reorganizations, Energy, Private equity, Shareholder rights and activism, Mergers, acquisitions and other strategic transactions, Tax

Experience

Erin's focus is on:

M&A

  • Commercial acquisitions and dispositions, mergers, amalgamations, financings, and other transactions in a broad range of sectors, for small, medium and large corporations, partnerships and other business ownership structures
  • Acquisitions, mergers, amalgamations and other business combination
  • Share acquisitions
  • Asset sale transactions
  • The formation and organization of corporations, partnerships, joint ventures, and other co-ownership structures, including the preparation of related shareholder, partnership and joint venture agreements and other governance documents
  • Corporate reorganizations and restructurings
  • Drafting a wide variety of corporate and commercial contracts
  • General corporate and commercial matters

Corporate governance

  • Corporate governance
  • Drafting shareholder agreements and partnership agreements

Tax

  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Reorganizations, restructurings and financings
  • Tax loss utilization transactions
  • Partnerships and joint ventures

Community involvement

Erin was the Director of Autism Services of Saskatoon from 2020 to 2021. She was also a Steering Committee Member of the Canadian Tax Foundation's Saskatoon Young Practitioners Steering Committee from 2017 to 2021.

Professional involvement

Professional associations

  • Member, Law Society of Alberta
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
  • Member, Canada Tax Foundation
  • Member, Law Society of Saskatchewan
  • Member, Saskatoon Bar Association

Representative work

Graham Group’s acquisition of AECOM’s energy operations and maintenance business

Counsel to the Graham Group of Companies in the acquisition of the North American assets of AECOM’s Energy Operations and Maintenance Division. The acquisition positions the Graham Group as the third largest construction company in Canada and Western Canada’s largest industrial services company.