Hogarth Clauzel is an independent senior counsel whose practice is focussed in the areas of corporate commercial, IT and securities law in Ontario and the Caribbean. Hogarth’s unique set of skills, experience and knowledge, which draw on a variety of disciplines, combine to make him a sought-after legal practitioner whose clients count on him to provide comprehensive legal guidance in complex situations.
By providing efficient and strategic legal consulting, risk analysis and practical business legal support, Hogarth’s professional practice offers a more flexible and cost effective alternative to the traditional legal services model.
Hogarth’s educational background is diverse and includes a Bachelor of Science (Biochemistry, graduated cum laude) and a Bachelor of Social Science (Economics, graduated summa cum laude), both from the University of Ottawa in Ontario; followed by an LL.B. from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario during which he was awarded the Smith, Lyons, Torrance, Stevenson & Mayer Prize in Administrative Law.
Hogarth was called to the Ontario Bar in 1995.
In 2010, Hogarth expanded his professional development by completing the Legal Education Certificate program at the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad & Tobago – and has since taken on a number of complex legal matters in the Caribbean.
Hogarth has acted as an independent senior legal counsel to clients seeking the analytical thinking and varied expertise he can bring to bear.
Today, the range of issues that cross his desk include anti-corruption matters, corporate commercial and IT legal matters, negotiating and structuring corporate financings, developing risk mitigation strategies and structuring mergers, and acquisition and reorganization transactions.