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Sanjay Kutty

Lawyer & Co-Founder

Sanjay is a corporate/commercial lawyer, having spent almost 15 years as in-house counsel at two of Canada’s largest publicly-traded companies. Sanjay is a founding member of Spark Law. His practice focuses on helping businesses small and large throughout their lifecycle, from incorporation to restructurings, to growth and acquisitions, and to exit events like a sale. He also helps private individuals with succession planning.

“Having been a client of legal services myself for years, I appreciate the value of a lawyer who is results oriented and helps clients solve problems. I’ll always look for practical solutions to my clients’ problems.”

After graduating from Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, Sanjay articled at a larger Bay St. firm. He was called to the Ontario bar in 2000, and then worked many intense hours as a junior associate in the firm’s Information Technology Law group for two years before moving in-house to CIBC, where he advised CIBC on technology procurement deals for five years. Not comfortable working for a small corporation like CIBC, Sanjay decided to make the move to the more intimate setting of megacorporation Bell Canada. At Bell, Sanjay spent the next nine years advising Bell’s procurement and customer facing sales groups as well as the dealer franchise network.

Working in-house for almost 15 years has given Sanjay a wealth of experience on large complex deals (including billion dollar outsourcing transactions). He also gained valuable experience in navigating the balance between providing prudent legal advice and achieving the company’s business goals.

His years as in-house counsel has given him an intimate understanding of how it feels to be on the receiving end of some rather large legal bills, and so he works hard with clients to ensure they understand the value of the advice provided by Sanjay and the other lawyers at Spark Law.

Sanjay is an avid traveler and we have VOIP phones, so don’t be surprised if you call Sanjay in the office and hear someone in the background offering him food or a beverage in a foreign language.

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