Christopher Neufeld - Feltmate Delibato Heagle LLP [Canada]



Christopher Neufeld
Feltmate Delibato Heagle LLP [Canada]
3600 Billings Court, Suite 200
Burlington, L7N 3N6

905-631-3662

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Christopher Neufeld
Feltmate Delibato Heagle LLP [Canada]

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905-631-3662


Christopher Neufeld is a corporate commerical lawyer with Burlington, Ontario's leading business law firm, Feltmate Delibato Heagle LLP. With a stellar team of business lawyers, highly experienced in a multitude of legal areas, the law firm serves corporate clients in Canada, the United States and abroad.Having returned to Canada after many years in New York City, as a corporate-commercial/ securities attorney, Christopher brings his experience with Wall Street to the advantage of Feltmate Delibato Heagle LLP’s corporate-commercial clients; with particular focus on business acquisitions & divestitures, corporate financing and cross-border / international trade.An executive of the Ontario Bar Association’s Business Law Section, Christopher recently served as regional coordinator for the province. Active in the national supply chain and logistics field, Christopher continues to work with government and private sector leaders in shaping the region’s transportation and logistics future. He is also actively involved in the leadership of Burlington’s Terry Fox Run, the Sound of Music Festival and the Lakeshore Rotary.Court AdmissionsLaw Society of Upper Canada, U.S. Court of International Trade, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Court of Claims, U.S. Court of Appeals: Federal Circuit, U.S. District Court: Southern & Eastern Districts of New York, New York State CourtSelected Legal Articles & Presentations'Lessons from the Conrad Black Trial on Non-Compete Agreements''Securing Financed Sales to the United States and Canada'“Third Party Logistics (3PL): Getting the Relationship Done Right”“Litigating before the New York Supreme Court: Commercial Division”“Frozen Donuts: The Importance of a Legal Audit When Transforming Production and Manufacturing Processes”“The Importance of Having Employment Contracts Before Economic Problems Arise”