|Kevin Kyte is a partner in the Montréal office of Stikeman Elliott. He is Chair of the Montréal Office's Knowledge Management Committee. His practice focuses primarily on domestic and international Mergers & Acquisitions, corporate, commercial, securities, information technology, Investment Canada and regulatory issues in business and financing transactions, including joint ventures, outsourcing, private placements, privatizations, reorganizations and corporate governance. He has worked extensively with many industries, including pulp and paper, aluminum, steel, energy, construction, heavy equipment manufacturers, engineering, pharmaceutical and nutraceutical, energy, mining, Voice Over IP and software. His sub-specialties include language laws, the contract of sale, not-for-profit entities, partnerships, trusts, fraudulent conveyances and distributorships.
In addition to Canada, his work experience includes transactions in the United States, Europe, Australia, India and the Caribbean.
Mr. Kyte is included in the following publications:
- The Best Lawyers in Canada 2014 in corporate law;
- Recognized by The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory 2013, as a leading practitioner in the corporate commercial law.
Mr. Kyte is a member of the Canadian Bar Association (Corporate, Commercial Law section), the Québec Bar and the American Bar Association (Business Law Section). With the American Bar Association, he is Co-Vice Chair of the Canadian Private Deal Points Studies, an issue group leader on the 2013 Canadian Public Target Deal Points Study, an active participant in the preparation of the US Private Deal Point Studies, and co-lead of the working group to update closing conditions on the proposed revision to the ABA Model Asset Purchase Agreement. He was a member until January 2014 of the International Editorial Board of Koncision Contract Automation LLC.
Mr. Kyte also works on pro bono matters. He is a member of the board of directors and secretary of Action Against Hunger, Canada. He is Co- Chair of the Board of Directors and a member of the Building Search Committee of Centennial Academy, a local high school and CEGEP (a junior college).