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David Jamieson

David Jamieson

Associate, Emerging and High Growth Companies

Contact Information

tel: 416.862.4853



Bar Admission

Ontario (2011)

  • Queen’s University, J.D.
  • McGill University, Bachelor of Commerce
English, French

David is a senior associate in Osler’s Corporate and Emerging and High Growth Companies Practice Groups in our Toronto office. David’s practice focuses on corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions and general corporate/commercial matters, with a particular emphasis on the representation of emerging and high growth companies (throughout their lifecycles), the venture capital, growth equity and private equity funds and other investors that finance them and the strategic acquirors who buy them. David is broadly experienced with corporate formation and governance matters, venture capital and private equity financing transactions and a variety of acquisition and divestiture transaction structures on both the buy and sell side.

David plays a central role in Osler’s relationships with Rotman’s Creative Destruction Lab, Next Canada (including Next AI, Next 36 and Next Founders) and the C100.

David joined the firm as a summer student and completed his articles in 2010-2011. David completed Osler sponsored secondments at General Motors and in our Calgary office. David completed his J.D. degree at Queen’s University and obtained his Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University, with a concentration in Entrepreneurial Studies. During his studies, David participated in study abroad exchanges at Sydney University (Australia), the Queen’s International Study Centre (England) and the Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgium).

  • Flybits

    Flybits in its USD$35 million venture financing

  • Karen HR Inc.

    Karen HR Inc. in its acquisition by Alexander Mann Solutions

  • Xanadu Quantum Technologies Inc.

    Xanadu Quantum Technologies Inc. raises $32 million Series A for Quantum Cloud Computing Platform.

  • Borrowell Inc.

    Borrowell Inc. in its $20 million Series B financing

  • Intelex Technologies

    Intelex in its $570 million acquisition by Industrial Scientific

  • Avidbots

    Avidbots in its $31.5 Million Series B financing

  • Flashfood

    Flashfood in its Seed Preferred Share financing

  • ESC Corporate Services

    ESC Corporate Services, a portfolio company of Information Services Corporation, in its acquisition of Securefact

  • Georgian Partners

    Georgian Partners in its investment in Influitive

  • in its Equity Investment from TELUS Ventures

  • Georgian Partners

    Georgian Partners in its Series C investment in Fiix Inc.

  • Bain Capital Ventures

    Bain Capital Ventures’ $17 million Series A investment in Vention

  • JMI Equity

    JMI Equity's $115 million investment in Vena

  • Drop

    Drop in its acquisition of Canopy Labs

  • Setter

    Setter in its US$10 million Series A financing

  • and Real Ventures in its Financing Round of US$30 million

  • Hubdoc

    Hubdoc in its acquisition by Xero

  • Inversago Pharma

    Genesys Capital in Inversago Pharma's $7 million Series A financing

  • Interaxon

    Interaxon in its acquisition of Meditation Studio

  • TouchBistro

    Napier Park, Relay Ventures, and JPMorgan Chase in TouchBistro's $72 million Series D financing

  • Careguide

    iNovia Capital in Careguide's $6 million Series A financing

  • FundThrough

    FundThrough in its $34 million Series A financing

  • Statflo

    Statflo in its $12 million Series A financing

  • ChefHero

    ChefHero in its Series A Financing round

  • Hashtag Paid

    Hashtag Paid in its Series A Financing

    • Meta in connection with its acquisition by Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
    • Insception Biosciences in connection with its sale to Cell Care, and its prior acquisition of Lifebank by way of takeover bid.
    • ScribbleLive in connection with its expansion round of financing and acquisitions of Appinions, Visually, Scompler and Linkdex.
    • Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan in connection with the sale of its interest in Q9 Networks to Bell Canada.
    • GROWMARK in the purchase of Suncor’s 50% interest in UPI, Inc.
    • Emera Incorporated in connection with the acquisition by Emera (Barbados) Holdings No. 2 Inc. of Emera (Caribbean) Incorporated by way of takeover bid.
    • Blynk in connection with its acquisition by Kik Interactive Inc.
    • Tim Hortons in connection with its $13 billion acquisition by an affiliate of Burger King Worldwide, Inc.
    • Universe in connection with its sale to Ticketmaster.
    • Affinium Pharmaceuticals in connection with its sale to Debiopharm.
    • IBM in connection with its acquisition of Varicent Software and Platform Computing.
    • TMX Group in connection with the formation of FTSE TMX Debt Capital Markets joint venture with FTSE.
    • Zelnick Media in its investment in 9 Story Limited.
    • KingSett Capital in its take-over bid for Primaris Retail REIT and, ultimately, $5.0 billion friendly plan of arrangement with H&R REIT and Primaris.
    • Livingston International in its cross-border high yield debt refinancing.
    • RHO Capital and Horizons Ventures in their investments in emerging companies.
    • Numerous emerging technology companies and venture capital and angel investors in connection with various financing transactions.
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  • NEXT Canada, Next 36, Next Founders and NextAI
  • Creative Destruction Lab - University of Toronto
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Canada, Big Brothers Big Sisters Toronto

  • Law Society of Ontario
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association