Bennett Jones is delighted to announce that Matthew Flynn has joined the firm as a partner in Toronto.
Matt is a trusted advisor to technology customers and providers, with 20 years’ experience in Canada and the United States in leading edge technology transactions. He helps clients with structuring, drafting and negotiating successful commercial relationships, enabling speed to well-balanced deals that yield long-term value.
“Matt is highly respected in the legal and tech communities,” says Hugh MacKinnon, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Bennett Jones. “His cross-border expertise and depth of knowledge in technology and innovation will serve our clients well.”
Matt’s practice includes work in e-commerce, cloud, fintech, artificial intelligence, data management, privacy, strategic sourcing, systems implementations, tech M&A, technology development and licensing. He has distinctive experience in energy technology and cleantech including advanced metering infrastructure, water remediation, oil sands extraction, carbon credits, and geothermal.
Prior to joining Bennett Jones, Matt worked with a number of well-respected law firms on both sides of the Canada-U.S. border, and as in-house counsel with Accenture’s Legal & Commercial Group. Matthew’s background provides him a unique understanding of the various markets and an impressive edge in completing deals.
A founder of innovative legal services solutions, Matt is a well-known visionary in the technology community and has been recognized by various legal directories for his Technology and Fintech expertise.
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