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Two Cassels Brock partners admitted to Insolvency Institute of Canada

Thursday, August 24, 2017 @ 10:57 AM | By John Chunn


Cassels Brock announced that partners Jeffrey Oliver and Lance Williams have been admitted as members of the Insolvency Institute of Canada (IIC).

Both lawyers are members of the firm's restructuring and insolvency group, while Williams is also a member of the firm's financial services group.

Oliver outinely acts for lenders, court-appointed officials (receivers, monitors, trustees), landlords, purchasers, debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, directors, trustees, receivers and monitors. He advises clients on corporate reorganizations, bankruptcies, receiverships, foreclosures, lease realizations and loan workouts, including on cross-border insolvencies and realizations.

Specializing in the area of commercial insolvency, Williams' practice includes advising and representing trustees, debtors, directors and creditors on insolvency and restructuring issues including debt restructuring, corporate reorganizations, loan workouts, fraudulent preference actions, foreclosures, bankruptcies and receiverships. 

Members of the IIC are drawn from the most senior and experienced professionals representing the insolvency community in Canada.

The IIC is Canada’s premier private sector insolvency organization, dedicated to improving the insolvency process and enhancing the professional quality of, and pubic respect for, the insolvency and bankruptcy practice in Canada.

The number of IIC members is strictly limited and membership is by invitation of the board of directors only.