Aaron Grinhaus’ practice focuses on business and tax law. He regularly advises clients on business legal matters, commercial transactions, simple and complex tax and estate structuring, offshore and cross-border structuring and professional corporations. He is also a recognized Web3 legal expert, having published several legal text books on the subject and acting as the co-Director of the prestigious Osgoode Hall Law School Certificate in Web3, Blockchain and Metaverse Law.
Aaron frequently gives presentations on a variety of business, Fintech and tax law related topics and has acted as chair, presenter and lecturer through a number of organizations including the Ontario Bar Association (OBA), the Law Society of Ontario and Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, among many others. He is also heavily involved in the legal community having served on the Governing Council and as executive member and Chair of several section executive boards of the OBA, as well as steering committees with the Law Society of Ontario.
Aaron holds law degrees from the University of Ottawa (LLB), Michigan State University College of Law (JD) and a Masters in Tax Law from Osgoode Hall Law School of York University (LLM).