Myron Mallia-Dare is a Partner at Miller Thomson LLP in Toronto, Canada. His practice focuses primarily on, venture capital, domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, private equity and corporate finance. He regularly advises technology, media, and telecommunications companies and understands the unique issues and regulatory environment these organizations face. He was listed in Canada's Best Lawyers 2022 in the category of Ones to Watch. Myron’s clients rely on him to identify and assist in solving complex legal issues through practical, thoughtful solutions aligned with his client’s corporate strategies and growth. His approach centers on his client’s success and works with them to achieve this and get the deal done.
Myron co-leads Miller Thomson’s national scaleups and emerging companies program. He routinely works with private equity and venture capital funds, strategic investors and high growth emerging companies. He acts for both issuers and investors in investments. For emerging companies, Myron provides strategic advice on making themselves investment-ready and guiding them through each financing transaction - from seed stage financing through to going public. He is actively involved in several accelerators and business incubator programs where he provides mentorship to the scaleup community.
Myron brings in-depth experience covering equity and debt financing, joint ventures, complex business combinations, and governance matters to support their day-to-day corporate needs. Myron regularly counsels technology companies utilizing cutting edge technologies, including artificial intelligence, FinTech, RegTech, MedTech, AgriTech, blockchain, and cloud computing (SaaS, IaaS and PaaS). Myron also routinely advises domestic and international private equity funds, sellers, and strategic acquirers on complex mergers and acquisitions.
Myron is a recognized thought leader and routinely writes and speaks at various conferences and podcasts on emerging companies and the legal impacts of innovative technologies, such as A.I. and blockchain. He has co-authored chapters for two books written by leading global experts titled “Law of Artificial Intelligence and Smart Machines: Understanding A.I. and the Legal Impact” and “Cloud 3.0.” Myron is actively involved in the technology industry and has served on the Board of Directors for numerous companies, including a multinational cybersecurity company.