TGF is pleased to announce that the firm’s restructuring group has been recognized in the 2022 Chambers Canada Guide, together with 5 of its partners.
Rachel’s practice focuses on restructuring and insolvency, including the enforcement of creditors’ rights and security, receiverships, BIA and CCAA restructuring proceedings, shareholder disputes and creditor/debtor disputes. She has experience representing banks, lenders, debtors, receivers, trustees, court-appointed monitors and purchasers. She currently acts as the Chair of the Turnaround Management Association Toronto Chapter’s Next Gen Committee, and previously served in various roles as a Director with the International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC) - Ontario Network. She also was the recipient of IWIRC’s Semi-Finalist Rising Star Award (2018). She regularly speaks on panels on a broad range of insolvency topics. Rachel is a co-editor of the TGF Topline, a quarterly publication that keeps readers up to date on restructuring and litigation cases.
TGF acts as counsel to the Applicant in its CCAA proceedings. JTIM’s CCAA proceedings are related to the CCAA filings of both Rothmans, Benso...
TGF represents the court-appointed monitor Ernst & Young in the cross-border restructuring of Performance Sports Group Ltd. and its subsidiaries. Performance Sports Group Ltd. and 17 of its subsidiaries entered into dual plenary cross-border proceedings
Represents Endurance Energy Ltd. in connection with its proceedings under the CCAA, an Alberta-based oil and gas production company, which successf...
Rachel is currently Chair of the TMA NextGen Committee (Toronto Network) for the 2021 year.
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