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Meaghan McCune

Meaghan McCune

Associate, Corporate

Contact Information

tel: 778.785.2740



Bar Admission

British Columbia, 2009


University of Victoria, LL.B.

University of British Columbia, B.A.


Meaghan has extensive experience in the areas of securities and corporate law. Prior to joining Osler, Meaghan practiced at a major Canadian law firm and a boutique firm specializing in private equity and corporate and securities laws. Most recently she was in-house legal counsel to a private Vancouver-based technology company specializing in growth equity investments and served as chief compliance officer of a related registered dealer.

Meaghan’s practice includes advising public and private companies on a broad range of matters, including private and public securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, general corporate matters, continuous disclosure requirements and other regulatory requirements. She also has experience in fund formation, private equity fund investments and other investment funds.

  • Samsung C&T U.K. Limited

    Samsung C&T U.K. in its US$11.25 million gold doré prepayment facility to Great Panther Mining Limited

  • Syndicate of agents

    The agents in connection with BC Ferries’ $250 million bond financing

  • Xtract Technologies Inc.

    Xtract Technologies Inc. in its acquisition by Patriot One Technologies Inc.

  • Descartes Systems Group Inc.

    The underwriters in the USD$244 million cross border offering of common shares by The Descartes Systems Group Inc.

  • Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited

    Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited – counsel to the underwriters in follow-on offerings of preferred shares and other securities.

  • Intelex Technologies

    Intelex in its $570 million acquisition by Industrial Scientific

    • A Vancouver-based private technology company in connection with the creation of its initial growth equity fund
    • The underwriters in connection with bought deal offerings of public company securities by way of short form prospectus and subsequent over-allotment exercises
    • Publicly-listed mining and technology issuers in connection with their public and private financing transactions
    • Institutional investors in connection with their investments in Canadian and international infrastructure, real estate and private equity funds
    • The seller in connection with the acquisition of its retail brokerage business
    • The management shareholders in connection with the acquisition of their privately-owned construction business
    • Mining companies in connection with the acquisition or disposition of mining assets
    • A private life sciences company in connection with its Series A, B and C financing rounds
  • Find More

  • Law Society of British Columbia
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Women in Capital Markets (Vancouver branch)