Andrew K. Zyp
MBA/LLB 2002, B.A.Sc. 1993
Call to the Bar 2003
Canadian Bar Association
Ontario Bar Association
Law Society of Upper Canada
Andrew’s practice focuses on corporate & commercial law, corporate reorganizations, corporate transactions (purchase and sale of shares or assets), commercial financing, secured transactions, estate law & real estate law.
He is a former business owner and also holds an MBA and a Bachelor of Applied Science from the University of British Columbia.
Andrew has served on the boards of the New Path Foundation, the Lung Association, Simcoe County Trails and was a member of the Advisory Committee on Judicial Appointments for the Province of Ontario (2012-2015). Andrew currently serves on the boards of the MacLaren Art Centre (2004/5 and 2016 – present), Temagami Lakes Association, Temagami Environmental Research and Stewardship (TERAS) and the Barrie Country Club. Andrew is also a proud Rotarian with the Kempenfelt Rotary Club.
Andrew’s corporate/commercial practice focuses on share and asset purchase and sale transactions, corporate reorganizations, professional corporations, drafting shareholder agreements, agency agreements, distribution agreements, master services contracts and licensing agreements. Andrew also frequently acts for charities, and not-for-profits.
Andrew attended the University of British Columbia, obtaining a Bachelor of Applied Science (Engineering) in 1993, and a Bachelor of Laws and Master’s Degree in Business in 2002. Andrew was the only student at UBC to complete the joint LLB/MBA program in 2002. Andrew was called to the Bar in 2003 and is a member of Mensa.
Andrew believes strongly in community service and has coached amateur teams and volunteered with many community-based organizations and charities. Andrew and his wife Krista are proud parents to their two children, Chloe (’08) and Marco (’09). When not in the office, Andrew is usually found with his family and tending to his large organic vegetable garden. In the spring Andrew likes to make maple syrup, which has become a family tradition.