Sam Khajeei

Sam Khajeei
Nerland Lindsey
Associate
Corporate, Franchise

Sam Khajeei, an associate with the firm Nerland Lindsey in Calgary, Alberta, focuses on corporate and franchise law.

He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and philosophy from the University of British Columbia in 2007, before earning his Bachelor of Laws from the University of Alberta in 2010. Mr. Khajeei was called to the British Columbia Bar in 2011 and the Alberta Bar in 2014.

With a mixed corporate practice, Mr. Khajeei focuses on public and private transactions, franchising, securities, finance, and commercial contracts. His clients include companies involved in oil and gas exploration, franchise and retail, and mining and technology.

Mr. Khajeei advises on transactional matters such as compliance with securities legislation and exchange policies, private and public offerings, M&A transactions involving asset and share transactions, and franchising matters including the preparation of disclosure documents.

In addition, Mr. Khajeei handles matters such as drafting, negotiating and advising on general commercial contracts for businesses, including shareholder agreements, intellectual property licensing agreements, consulting agreements, leases, and procurement contracts.

He is a member of the Alberta Bar Association and the Canadian Bar Association.

Sam Khajeei In The News
Another case of the accidental franchisor

By Sam Khajeei . This decision of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice exemplifies the importance of substance over form as it relates to contractual relationships that may or may not be characterized as "franchising arrangements." Read more

Franchising, licensing arrangements not interchangeable

Businesses looking to grow their operations may see franchising or licensing as viable opportunities, but it’s crucial to understand the differences between the two models, says Calgary franchise lawyer Sam Khajeei . Read more

A world of unknowns in franchising cannabis retail outlets

Interest in franchising cannabis retail outlets is growing ahead of proposed legalization of recreational use this fall, but both prospective franchisors and franchisees need to be aware of the current risks and lack of clarity in this space, Calgary franchise lawyer  Sam Khajeei  tells AdvocateDaily.com. Read more

Civil liability still at stake in price maintenance schemes

While price maintenance is no longer an indictable offence, franchisors must still be aware of restrictions under the Competition Act  that could lead to civil liability, says Calgary franchise lawyer Sam Khajeei. Read more

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