Bryce Morrison works helping business owners do business. He directs both established and start-up companies in all aspects of business transactions, from agreement drafting to negotiating and completing complex transactions, mergers, and acquisitions. His experience covers a wide range of business issues, including tax, choice of business entity, asset transfers, employment, business contracts, financing, debt collection, and a wide variety of other subjects.
Bryce has a Master of Laws degree in Canadian tax law from Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Ontario. He is a candidate for a Master of Laws degree in US tax law from Boston University. He is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick. He is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, the Canadian Tax Foundation, and the Boston Bar Association.
Bryce has presented seminars on legal topics of interest within the business community, to various audiences in the areas of debtor and creditor rights and personal and corporate taxation. In his spare time, Bryce enjoys “do-it-yourself” home renovations and partner dancing, such as Texas two-step and West Coast swing, and he sings in his church’s choir.
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