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Christopher Marr, TEP


Suite 1000, Brunswick House
44 Chipman Hill
Saint John, N.B.
E2L 2A9



Language(s) spoken: English, French

Bar Admission(s): New Brunswick, 2011

Legal Assistant(s): Shelley Sommerville

Chris has significant experience in many areas of corporate and commercial law. He works with business owners, professionals and high net worth individuals on corporate organization and governance, business succession, and estate and trust planning. Chris also works with corporate management, in-house counsel and other law firms on transactions, securities and investment issues, and real estate issues. Chris also has experience with the organization and governance of charities and not-for-profits. He has helped clients with matters such as:

  • Private placements and public offerings
  • Obtaining exemptions for investment funds and other registrants
  • Corporate structuring and business succession
  • Estate and trust planning and administration
  • Mergers and acquisitions and other corporate transactions
  • Commercial real estate financings, transactions and development
  • Negotiating a variety of commercial agreements
  • Advising on pension law
  • Professional corporations and professional groups
  • Intellectual property (IP) licensing, transactions and advice
  • Governing and restructuring charities and not-for-profits

Education & Career


The Osgoode Certificate in Pension Law, 2020
University of New Brunswick, LL.B., 2010
Carleton University, B.A. (Criminology), 2007


Member, Canadian Bar Association
Member, Privacy Section, Canadian Bar Association
Director, Board of Directors, East Coast Music Association
Chair, Privacy and Technology Section, Canadian Bar Association, New Brunswick
Treasurer and Vice-Chair, Young Lawyers Section, Canadian Bar Association, New Brunswick
Chair, “Intellectual Property Law: An Overview of the Basics, the New, and the Practical,” CBA CLE Session, New Brunswick. April 2013.


TEP designation from STEP

Thought Leadership


Presenter, “Canada’s New Copyright Law – Copyright Modernization and Recent SCC Decisions,” CBA CLE Session, New Brunswick, April 2013

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