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Lucie D. Kroumova


Lucie Kroumova focuses her practice on internet gaming regulatory matters, corporate and securities law matters, contract drafting, merger and acquisition transactions (domestic and cross-border), private and public equity and debt financings, secured lending, strategic alliances, complex commercial arrangements and corporate governance and continuous disclosure matters for public and private companies. Lucie Kroumova regularly advises medium and large corporations (both domestic and international) and their boards of directors in connection with their operations throughout Canada. She also enjoys working with entrepreneurial clients in building sustainable businesses by addressing their initial regulatory and commercial legal needs. She has significant industry experience in internet gaming, manufacturing, software and application development including in relation to blockchain, product distribution and professional services.

Prior to obtaining a law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School (Toronto), Lucie Kroumova practiced corporate and commercial law and tax litigation in Sofia, Bulgaria. She holds an LL.M. in International Law and International Relations from the University of Sofia, Bulgaria. She is fluent in English, Bulgarian and Russian with working knowledge of French.

Education & Credentials


Osgoode Hall Law School

LL.B, 2006

Sofia University (St Kliment Ohridski), Bulgaria

LL.B. and LL.M., 1998

Bar Admission

  • Ontario

Professional Involvement

  • The Law Society of Upper Canada, Member 2007-present
  • The Canadian and Ontario Bar Associations
  • International Masters of Gaming Law

Community Involvement

Legal counsel to a number of not-for-profit corporations primarily in the areas of public health and aboriginal community involvement.


  • Co-author, “COVID-19 Wage Subsidy Bill Received Royal Assent on April 11, 2020”, Dickinson Wright News Alert April 2020
  • “Royalties, Streams or Other Interests - “Magic Words” To Make Them “Run with The Land”, January 2016
  • “Rights Offerings – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly when Starved for Cash”, The Canadian Business Journal, January 2013
  • “The Case of Spin-Outs: Creating ‘Pure-Play’ Investment Opportunities”, The Canadian Business Journal, August 2011
  • ”Listing on a Stock Exchange – Where to Start”, The Canadian Business Journal, December 2010
  • “CSA May Greenlight ‘Notice-and-Access’ System for Public Issuers”, The Canadian Business Journal, June 2010
  • “Confidentiality Agreements – Balancing Competing Interests”, The Canadian Business Journal, January 2010
  • “Why was Felderhof Successful in the Bre-X No-Gold Saga”, OBA Business Beat, v. 18, no. 1, February 2008, p. 9-13
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