Larry Crossan is a lawyer, entrepreneur, educator and strategist.
Larry completed law school at The University of Western Ontario and also holds a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University and an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business at UWO.
He was called to the bars of New York and Ontario in 1987 and 1988, respectively.
Larry gained business experience in banking and corporate finance, general management and the hospitality industry before becoming a lawyer.
Prior to founding Lexcor, Larry practiced with two of Canada’s national firms and is equally comfortable with Bay Street and Main Street transactions.
As with all of the lawyers in the firm, Larry’s practice is exclusively devoted to business transactions, with a particular emphasis on the purchase, sale, financing and structuring of owner-operated businesses and tax-driven corporate reorganizations.
Larry is a registered trade-mark agent, had been an instructor in the business law section of the Bar Admissions Course for many years and has spoken on and taught business law in various other continuing education settings. He is also involved in several non-profit and community organizations.
Having been introduced to golf later in life, he tries to make up for lost time during the summer months. Larry also enjoys squash, boarding and anything else he can do with his active family.