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Kobi Dorenbush

Kobi Dorenbush business lawyer at Brooks Business Lawyers.

Kobi graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2000 after completing an undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto. Kobi’s practice has focused on private equity as well as financial services. Throughout his career, he has advised numerous investment funds throughout their entire life-cycle, including fund formation, managing investors, engaging service providers and handling complex disputes. Kobi has worked extensively in the private equity markets and has led many transactions to acquire, divest and finance businesses throughout Canada and in other markets globally.  Kobi has advised banks, trust companies, alternative lenders and blockchain technology businesses on matters of strategy and risk. He has a diverse background as a business operator and technology entrepreneur and has experience in managing the challenges that face business-operators everyday. 

Kobi is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist and recently worked as a consultant to the Financial Intelligence Units of various Canadian banks. 

He has extensive experience working internationally.  In addition to being a member of the Bar in the Province of Ontario, Kobi was previously been admitted to the Bar in the Cayman Islands.

 


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“I have retained Brooks for several different matters over the past 5-years including both public company and private company transactions. I have also referred Brooks to other entrepreneurs and continue to do so without concern. Brooks has consistently demonstrated an ability to adapt to each situation, be it private or public and understands what issues require more attention than others. As a practitioner whose practice leans primarily towards entrepreneurs and business builders, Brooks is sensitive to costs and billings and ensures that their services are value driven and beneficial. They are practical, knowledgeable and appreciate that the business issues are paramount and should not get mired in legal technicalities. That approach is useful in negotiations and helps to get deals done.”

G. A. (Ari) Huber, C.A., CIRP

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