Lauren is an associate in the corporate group. She has experience acting for domestic and international clients in a variety of sectors, including the automobile, hospitality, health, and mining sectors.
While at law school, Lauren worked at the Canadian Bar Association developing national and international mining regulations for Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania. She also worked at the Queen’s University Business Law Clinic providing Pro Bono work to entrepreneurs. She received the Agnes Lefas Memorial Scholarship for academic excellence in the areas of civil and international business law.
Prior to joining Sotos, Lauren completed certificates in international business law at the Bader International Study Center in the UK and in European Union law at the EBS Law School in Wiesbaden, Germany.
Lauren joined Sotos as a summer student in 2019 and completed her articles with the firm in 2020/2021.
J.D., Queen’s University, Faculty of Law, 2020
Bachelor of Arts with Honours, University of Toronto, 2016
FYP Program, University of King’s College, 2013
More About Lauren Huxtable
- Franchisor Services: All Sectors
- Franchisee Services
- International Franchising, Licensing and Distribution
- Franchise Associations
- Corporate and Commercial
- Canadian Bar Association
- Law Society of Ontario
- Canadian Franchise Association
- International Franchise Association
SOTOS LLP BLOG July 27, 2022Canadian Credit Card Class Actions Settlement – Entitlements for Merchants
SOTOS LLP BLOG March 24, 2022Update on Proposed Filing Requirements for Trusts
SOTOS LLP BLOG March 24, 2022Updates to Ontario Corporations Annual Maintenance Requirements
SOTOS LLP BLOG January 5, 2022Big Changes to Estate Planning in Ontario Have Arrived
SOTOS LLP BLOG December 14, 2021Are You Registered? The New Blue Box Scheme and its Impact on Franchisors; An Overhaul of Ontario’s Blue Box System Shifts 100% of Costs on Producers of Packaging
SOTOS LLP BLOG November 11, 2021New Ontario Tax Disclosure Obligations – Corporate Ownership Tracking Requirements for “Individuals with Significant Control”
SOTOS LLP BLOG April 21, 2021Proposed Grocery Supply Code of Conduct
SOTOS LLP BLOG March 16, 2021Wastech and the Franchising Context
SOTOS LLP BLOG January 29, 2021Why A Canadian Grocery Code of Conduct is Overdue, and What It Needs to Include
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As a former entrepreneur in the tech industry, I know the importance of taking the time to understand the details and do things right. I strive to bring the same attention to my clients’ businesses and personal goals while providing legal advice tailored to their needs.