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Adam Driedger



Adam is a member of TGF’s Restructuring and Insolvency group, having first obtained broad exposure to both restructuring and litigation during his time as a summer student and articling student with the firm. Adam is currently involved in a wide variety of mandates representing public and private companies, creditors, investment funds, shareholders, court officers and various other stakeholders in domestic and cross-border insolvency proceedings as well as various out of court restructuring transactions. 

A natural problem solver, Adam is a committed advocate for his clients’ business needs. He brings his focused, determined approach to resolve complex commercial issues that involve all elements of a business, helping clients manage change with a creative yet pragmatic mindset.

In law school, Adam was the recipient of the 2018 IIC Law Student Writing Award for his paper entitled, “Bitcoin and Bankruptcy: Implications for Canadian Insolvency Law”, which was published in the 2019 edition of the Journal of the Insolvency Institute of Canada. He also represented Western University at the 2017 Davies Corporate/Securities Moot during law school, where his team finished second overall, and completed an internship at a leading corporate law firm headquartered in Mumbai, India.

Representative Mandates

As an associate in TGF’s restructuring and insolvency group, Adam has been part of a team representing clients in the following matters:

  • Counsel to PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc. in its capacity as receiver and manager of Bridging Finance Inc. and its related entities and investment funds. This mandate involves maximizing returns for 26,000 investors in the context of alleged mismanagement and misappropriation of tens of millions of dollars of investor funds and the monetization of a loan portfolio with over a billion dollars in outstanding loans and other assets, such as equity positions in third-party borrowers.

  • Counsel for the applicant secured creditor, the DIP lender, and the purchaser of certain debtor companies through a “reverse vesting order” structure in the creditor driven CCAA proceeding of MJardin Group Inc. et al

  • Ontario Counsel for the DIP lender and secured creditor in the CCAA proceeding of Canada Fluorspar (NL) Inc. et al

  • Counsel for the applicant secured creditor in the receivership proceeding of Skymark Finance Corporation et al

  • Counsel for the applicant secured creditor in the receivership proceeding of Northern Citadel Capital Inc. et al

  • Counsel for the applicant secured creditor in the receivership proceeding of 2806401 Ontario Inc. d/b/a Allied Track Services Inc.  

  • Counsel for the applicant secured creditor, proposal sponsor, and purchaser in the interim receivership and proposal proceedings of Alaska-Alberta Railway Development Corporation et al

  • Counsel for AgMedica Bioscience Inc., the first licensed producer of cannabis in Ontario to file for CCAA protection and successfully implement a plan of arrangement, in connection with its restructuring and recapitalization transaction under the CCAA.

  • Counsel for Green Relief Inc. in connection with its restructuring and “reverse vesting order” exit transaction under the CCAA.

  • Counsel for Tough Mudder Events Ltd. in connection with its cross-border restructuring and asset sale transaction in conjunction with its US parent under the BIA and Chapter 11 of the US Bankruptcy Code.

Professional Involvement

Adam is a member of:

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • The Advocates’ Society
  • Turnaround Management Association


Bar Admissions

  • Ontario, 2019



  • J.D. (Western University), 2018
  • B.A. (University of Calgary), 2015