Kirk J. Nordick is a Partner at Kanuka Thuringer LLP
Location: Regina
Direct: 306.525.7215
Fax: 306.359.0590

Kirk J. Nordick



Kirk practices primarily in the areas of corporate and commercial, gaming, intellectual property, banking and commercial finance and privacy law. He has experience representing borrowers, lending institutions, equity investors and other creditors in large and small commercial financing arrangements. He also has experience in a variety of acquisition and merger, commercial real estate and leasing matters.

As part of his intellectual property practice, Kirk has been involved with numerous hardware purchase and maintenance agreements, software acquisition, development, maintenance and support contracts and various licensing arrangements.

Kirk is also extensively involved with advising lottery and gaming operators in connection with all aspects of their business operations including game conditions, prize payments, general business operational matters and various IT and other projects and procurements.


* Kanuka Thuringer LLP is a partnership of professional corporations.*

Papers, Lectures, and Presentations
  • “Privacy Considerations in Business Transactions”, Presented to the CBA Saskatchewan Privacy & Access Law South and North Sections (Regina, Oct. 9, 2007 & Saskatoon, Oct. 10, 2007)
  • “Special Circumstances: Dealing with out of the Ordinary Situations”, Presented at the Saskatchewan Legal Education Society, Inc. seminar “The Buying and Selling of Businesses: Strategies For Success” (Saskatoon, March 23, 2007)
  • “Privacy Issues Affecting Sales of Businesses”, Presented to the CBA Saskatchewan Business Law South Section (Regina, April 6, 2006)
  • Law Society of Saskatchewan
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Regina Bar Association
  • Canadian Technology Law Association
  • North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries (NASPL) Legal Subcommittee
  • B.A. (Distinction), University of Saskatchewan, 1993
  • LL.B., University of Saskatchewan, 1996
  • Admitted to the Saskatchewan Bar, 1997