Puya is an associate practising exclusively in the area of corporate restructuring and insolvency. He acts for debtors, lenders and court officers in complex domestic and cross-border restructurings and insolvencies.
Puya obtained his law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School, where he won several awards and worked as a research assistant. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Puya worked as a project and financial analyst for industry-leading companies in the pharmaceutical and retail sectors.
- Counsel to the Applicants in the CCAA proceedings of Boreal Capital Partners Ltd. and its affiliates, a multi-residential development conglomerate with more than $55 million in secured debt, which successfully restructured under the CCAA.
- Assisted the TGF team representing Westmoreland Coal Company as Canadian counsel in connection with a USD$110 million recapitalization and restructuring transaction
- Represented TELoIP Inc. in connection with its restructuring under the CCAA
- Regularly represents national banks in insolvency and enforcement proceedings