• Law Society of British Columbia
  • Real Property and Business Law sections of the Canadian Bar Association (B.C. Branch)

Ken Krohman has a general, real estate, commercial and corporate law practice serving clients ranging from local businesses and developers to national manufacturing and retail operations.

He has also represented a number of foreign corporations conducting business in Canada. Areas of emphasis for Ken are forestry, mining, real estate and business acquisitions and reorganizations.

Notable experience in the natural resource sector includes: structuring and advising participants in mining joint ventures from exploration through to mine development and financing, structuring reorganizations of pulp and wood product manufacturing operationsand conducting detailed due diligence investigations for acquisition of manufacturing operations in the wood fibre industry.

Ken’s extensive real estate experience has grown through numerous acquisitions, development and disposition transactions in both the commercial and residential sectors, as well as complex transactions for a national food store retailer.


  • Law Society of British Columbia
  • Environmental Law section of Canadian Bar Association (B.C. Branch)
  • Guest speaker, various environmental and waste management seminars
  • Author – Waste Management Chapter, Due Diligence Deskbook, Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia (1994-date)

Bob was born and raised in Vancouver. He is a trial lawyer specializing in commercial and administrative litigation with an emphasis on environmental matters. He also has extensive experience in real estate and leasing litigation and serves as BC real estate litigation counsel for one of Canada’s major food retailers.

Bob also acts in employment and human rights tribunal matters and as counsel in the criminal courts for those charged with regulatory and commercial crime offences.

In his environmental law practice he has performed many environmental due diligence and compliance assessments of forestry, mining, fisheries and manufacturing businesses.

Bob is also Vice Chair of the Environmental Appeal Board, Vice Chair of the Forest Appeals Commission, and a member of the Oil and Gas Appeal Tribunal of British Columbia. In this capacity he has written numerous judgements on environmental, forestry and First Nations issues.

He has appeared as counsel in all levels of court in British Columbia and before various administrative tribunals.

Bob completed his second term as managing partner of MacKenzie Fujisawa in March 2020.  His first term as managing partner was from 2006 through May of 2011.


  • Law Society of British Columbia

A business lawyer with over 40 years of international experience, Dan McIntyre has assisted clients in negotiating, structuring and implementing transactions in industries as varied as real estate, shipping, sports and entertainment, wind power, sewage treatment, and water purification. He has undertaken transactions throughout Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia.

Dan has been involved in large debt realization matters and has been instrumental in structuring and implementing several complex financial restructurings. He has also acted for developers, borrowers, lenders and joint venturers in large and complex transactions.

Historically, Dan was involved in the establishment of the Whistler Town Centre and the Blackcomb Land Use Contract.

He has structured numerous public and private sports arena ventures.


  • Law Society of British Columbia

An associate counsel with MacKenzie Fujisawa, Paul Côté’s practice is restricted to civil litigation with an emphasis on insurance law. His practice primarily involves the prosecution of large subrogation, property damage, and business interruption recovery claims. He has also acted as counsel in cases dealing with insurance coverage, professional negligence, product liability, defamation, commercial and banking matters, wills variation, professional misconduct and administrative law matters, and personal injury. He appears regularly as counsel at both the trial and appellate levels. He has authored several articles for continuing legal education publications.


  • Law Society of British Columbia
  • Real Property, Business and Construction Law Sections of the Canadian Bar Association (B.C. Branch)

An associate counsel with MacKenzie Fujisawa, Rob Wynick has a general corporate/commercial law practice with particular emphasis on the purchase and sale of businesses, real estate development and construction law.

Rob’s area of focus includes acting on behalf of clients in connection with their investments and business acquisitions in British Columbia and other jurisdictions within Canada. The transactions involve both share and asset acquisitions and typically involve the completion of a full range of due diligence searches and the negotiation of formal purchase agreements, ongoing management and employment agreements, and non-competition covenants.