Dom Sorbara has a general corporate and commercial practice with a focus on corporate finance matters and mergers and acquisitions, representing both lenders and borrowers in domestic and cross-border lending transactions and corporate reorganizations.
Prior to joining Bennett Jones, Dom was the head of an enterprise-wide contracts advisory function at an international financial institution, where he developed and implemented an end-to-end contracting process focusing on regulatory compliance, risk reduction, operational effectiveness, and cost avoidance/reduction. He also assisted with the management and implementation of an enterprise-wide third party risk management program in response to regulatory guidelines set out by the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
He began his legal career with a national full-service law firm and also spent time in regulatory/policy reform, working with the Federal Government and interested provinces/territories to establish a co-operative capital markets regulatory system.
Dom complements his practice by remaining actively involved in the community. He is an adjunct lecturer of corporate and regulatory liability at McMaster University and volunteers as a committee member with the Young Professionals for SickKids.