Roxana is a law clerk in TGF’s restructuring and insolvency practice group. She plays an instrumental role in preparing and filing documentation in the context of receivership, restructuring, bankruptcy and proposal proceedings, and supports TGF lawyers in complex domestic and cross-border restructuring mandates. Roxana has extensive experience with procedures and filings at all court levels, including the Commercial List, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. She also coordinates the preparation of materials when the firm is retained as Canadian counsel in proceedings under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
Roxana frequently works with the firm’s bank clients and other lenders, and has in-depth knowledge of procedural requirements in security enforcement scenarios and refinancing transactions. She assists with corporate and commercial lending transactions and prepares corporate filings for private domestic corporations and not-for-profit organizations. Roxana has considerable experience with all types of searches and registrations under the Personal Property Security Act and the Quebec RDPRM, and is familiar with Uniform Commercial Code registrations, which she coordinates with US counsel and agents on behalf of clients. She conducts federal and provincial due diligence searches, leveraging domestic and international registries and databases.
Roxana is known for her dedicated client service and her forward-thinking approach to her work. Roxana was the recipient of the 2004 LexisNexis Canada Award for Excellence in Estate Law, and is a member of The Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario. Before completing The Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario associate level program (Hons.) in 2005 at Seneca College, and The Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario 2018 Fellowship Course in Advanced Trademarks & Copyright (Hons.), Roxana earned a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) from the University of Bucharest, where she studied foreign languages. In addition to English, Roxana is fluent in French and Romanian and is conversant in Spanish and Italian.