Brian McCutcheon

Name: Brian McCutcheon

Firm: Himelfarb Proszanski LLP

Tel.: +1 416 599 8080
Fax: +1 416 599 3131

Areas of practice

  • Real Estate
  • Commercial Property
  • Company & Corporate Law (incl. M&A)
  • Corporate Law
  • Banking & Finance Law


US   English


Brian McCutcheon is principally engaged in the practice of real estate and commercial law. Mr. McCutcheon has a wealth of experience in real property transactions. Mr. McCutcheon’s practice is primarily focused on representing financial institutions in connection with financing and secured transactions, including the investigation and review of due diligence materials, as well as the registration of mortgage and PPSA security. Mr. McCutcheon is also regularly retained by various financial institutions and governments in connection with the registration and perfecting of security for leasehold mortgagees. Mr. McCutcheon has represented clients in transactions involving hotels/motels, construction loans, gas stations, large commercial office buildings and transactions of a general commercial nature, including commercial and industrial buildings, and the purchase, sale and financing of resort properties. Mr. McCutcheon’s civil engineering background has enabled him to advise clients regarding environmental issues such as underground fuel tanks and asbestos as they relate to mortgage security. Mr. McCutcheon has provided seminars to clients covering a wide range of topics including title fraud issues and privacy matters. Mr. McCutcheon is an active member of the Canadian Bar Association and has served as an advisor to various community groups, including local and national not-for-profit and registered charitable organizations. Mr. McCutcheon has adjudicated commercial regulatory and licensing matters as a Vice-Chair of the Commercial Registration Appeal Tribunal of Ontario. Mr. McCutcheon earned his LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1995 was called to the Ontario Bar in 1997. He has a Civil Engineering degree from the University of Waterloo.