Bryce W. Morrison works helping business owners do business. He focuses his practice on secured creditor rights and liabilities, business incorporations and reorganizations, debt restructurings, personal and corporate taxation, securities, and immigration. He has worked with businesses, small and large, in arranging and financing their operations through conventional lenders, mezzanine financing and public markets.
Bryce has his Masters of Law, Tax and is licensed to practice law in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. He is an active member of the Canadian Bar Association – Nova Scotia Branch in the Business Law Section, and Tax Law Section. He is also a member of the Canadian Tax Foundation.
Bryce has presented seminars on legal topics of interest to the business community to various audiences in the areas of debtor and creditor rights, personal and corporate taxation and finance. Bryce lectures on various topics within his practice area and in 2013 accepted a part-time faculty position with the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University teaching courses about business associations.
In his spare time, Bryce enjoys “do-it-yourself” home renovations and partner dancing, such as Texas two-step and West Coast swing. He sings in his church’s choir and is in a community-organized men’s vocal octet.
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