Counsel to Deloitte & Touche Inc., former interim receiver and now bankruptcy trustee of Anvil Range Mining Corporation: one of Canada's longest and most complex interim receiverships, dealing with the former lead and zinc mine that Anvil Range operated in Faro, Yukon and as bankruptcy trustee of Constellation Copper Corporation and as an advisor to Indian and Northern Affairs Canada in relation to the Jericho mine (Nunavut) insolvency.
Counsel to Jarvis Street Pharma in its BIA proceeding
Counsel to Tembec Inc. in the Marathon Pulp Inc. bankruptcy.
Elephant & Castle Group of companies for the Canadian aspects of this cross-border proceeding under Chapter 11 of the US Bankruptcy Code and Part IV of the CCAA.
Counsel to BDO Canada Limited in the receiverships of Siljon Investments and Premium Products CBS in the Canwest Media CCAA proceedings.
Counsel to Maple Pictures Corp. in the Allarco/Superchannel CCAA proceedings.
Counsel to Warner Bros. in the receivership of Blockbuster Canada.
Counsel to DBRS Canada in the ABCP restructuring.
Counsel to Shell Canada in the SemCAMS CCAA proceedings.
Counsel to SRA Resources (now Portex Minerals) in its successful CCAA restructuring.
Counsel to GLR Resources (now Mistango River Resources) in its successful BIA proposal proceeding
Counsel to Chubb Insurance Company of Canada in the CCAA proceedings of both Nortel Networks and Timminco.
Counsel to Federal Insurance Company in the Pope & Talbot CCAA and bankruptcy proceedings.
Counsel to syndicated lenders comprised of three major Canadian banks in connection with financing a major North American heavy equipment manufacturer.
Counsel to the directors and officers of Philip Services Corporation, a Hamilton-based metals and environmental services company, in a restructuring under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act. The case was one of the largest cross-border insolvency cases ever at that time: the main creditor group was owed over $1 billion US.
Counsel to National Bank of Canada, the first secured creditor, in the restructuring of Agnew Shoes under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act. Agnew Shoes was a mid-sized shoe retailer, operating 233 outlets across Canada.
Counsel to Ernst & Young Inc. in connection with the bankruptcies of Real Del Monte Mining Corporation and GT Group Telecom Inc. Real Del Monte was a publicly traded Canadian company that owned several mines in Mexico. GT was a telecommunications company that operated across Canada.
Counsel to Astral Television in connection with the Look Communications proceedings under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act.
Counsel to one of Canada's leading banks in connection with the collection in the United Kingdom of monies owed under various insurance policies issued to the bank as security for various film and television loans.
Acted for first mortgage bondholders in connection with refinancing of major office building project in downtown Toronto.
Counsel to Johns Manville Corporation in connection with the insolvency of Jet Composites Inc., a tier one automotive supplier.
Counsel to various Cable & Wireless plc Caribbean subsidiaries and to Matáv Hungarian Telecommunications Ltd. in connection with the Teleglobe insolvency proceedings.
Counsel to Nu Mode Dress Co., in connection with its successful restructuring under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act.
Counsel to Echo Springs Water Corp. in connection with its successful restructuring under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act.
Counsel to Rolls Royce Canada and RRPF Engine Leasing Limited in the CCAA and Bankruptcy proceedings of Air Canada and Canada 3000, respectively.