Adrienne is an associate focusing on both restructuring and insolvency as well as commercial litigation. She has experience with BIA, CCAA, and cross-border proceedings, as well as with complex construction disputes.
Her article, “The Treatment of Ipso Facto Clauses in Canada,” was cited by the Court of Appeal of Alberta, Superior Court of Quebec and the Supreme Court of Canada in dissent in a case concerning the validity of the anti-deprivation rule. It was cited by the Supreme Court of India as well. Adrienne has also spoken at the Annual Review of Insolvency Law Conference.
Prior to joining TGF, Adrienne had practiced in both the areas of insolvency and construction law at two national firms. She was also a junior counsel at a large financial services company, where she advised on insurance and pension products as well as e-commerce matters. She articled with the Financial Services Commission of Ontario.
While pursuing an LL.M. at Columbia Law School, she conducted supervised research on American bankruptcy law and provided policy recommendations to Mauritius' financial services regulator.