Domenic Damiani 

Domenic Damiani

Toronto
Brookfield Place, Suite 4400
181 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2T3

t: 416.945.8020
e: domenic.damiani@mcmillan.ca

overview

Domenic Damiani is a lawyer in the firm’s Commercial Real Estate Group and his practice covers all aspects of commercial real estate transactions.

Domenic has significant experience advising clients in the power sector. He been involved in all aspects of project work for wind, solar, gas, hydro, district energy and geo-exchange projects.  He has advised clients with respect to power procurement programs in Ontario, limited partnership agreements for power projects including projects with First Nation participation, and has assisted both lenders and borrowers on construction and long-term debt financing transactions for power projects.  Domenic has also provided legal services to clients in connection with regulated utility merger and sale transactions. He understands the regulated utility business in Ontario and enjoys working with clients to implement programs and develop projects to realize public policy objectives.

Clients have consistently identified Domenic as a knowledgeable, practical, hard-working, responsive, and attentive lawyer.

Education

  • Osgoode Hall Law School, LL.B. - 1998
  • Schulich School of Business M.B.A. , M.B.A. - 1998
  • University of Toronto, B.A. - 1994

Year Of Call

  • Called to the Ontario bar - 2000

Practices

commercial real estate
real estate acquisitions and divestitures
leasing

Industries

commercial real estate
energy
electricity and utilities
renewables
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Domenic Damiani is a lawyer in the firm’s Commercial Real Estate Group and his practice covers all aspects of commercial real estate transactions.

Domenic has significant experience advising clients in the power sector. He been involved in all aspects of project work for wind, solar, gas, hydro, district energy and geo-exchange projects.  He has advised clients with respect to power procurement programs in Ontario, limited partnership agreements for power projects including projects with First Nation participation, and has assisted both lenders and borrowers on construction and long-term debt financing transactions for power projects.  Domenic has also provided legal services to clients in connection with regulated utility merger and sale transactions. He understands the regulated utility business in Ontario and enjoys working with clients to implement programs and develop projects to realize public policy objectives.

Clients have consistently identified Domenic as a knowledgeable, practical, hard-working, responsive, and attentive lawyer.