William Genereux B.A., J.D.
Starting in the 1980s at a 100-lawyer firm, with clients including construction companies, professional liability insurers, major manufacturing companies, financial institutions, property developers, and the Canadian Olympic Association, William became a partner.
He opened his own law office in downtown Toronto in the mid-90s focussing on media, copyright, technology and Internet law. He ran his own indie dance music record company with a partner during that time.
Today William practices in a group of about 50 lawyers and staff, in the areas of corporate and commercial law, mergers and acquisitions, distribution and licensing, copyright, trademark and branding – as a transactional and litigation lawyer.
Bailey Buck, legal assistant
Prior to joining the firm in early 2015, Bailey gained extensive experience within the music industry.
Starting as a co-op student with eOne Music Canada, Bailey worked closely with the Head of PR and Media Relations. Moving from co-op student to summer intern with eOne, Bailey also took on the role of band manager for a number of small indie bands. While managing these bands, she became a promoter with a concert promotion company where she learned the ins and out of managing, event planning, and promotions.
Bailey attended Centennial College where she studied court support services. During college, Bailey continued to manage bands, work for a number of promotion companies with shows throughout the GTA, KW area, and Simcoe County, and work as media for a number of music festivals including SCENE Fest, CM Fest, and Boots and Hearts Music Festival.
In 2018, Bailey obtained a certificate from HarvardX – Harvard’s distance learning program – in CopyrightX, specializing in US Copyright Law.
Currently, Bailey works with the firm as a Legal Assistant overseeing the firm’s day-to-day affairs, doing client intakes, preparing documents for court and assisting counsel.
Bailey also currently works with PR Specialist Eric Alper of ThatEricAlper.com in her off time.