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Martin is a Shareholder and practices in the areas of insolvency, realization, and commercial litigation. In addition to his litigation practice, Martin also practices in real estate, and corporate/commercial transactions. Martin delivers prompt and practical advice to his clients in these areas, drawing on more than 25 years of legal experience.
In Martin’s insolvency practice, Martin works with companies in distress and advises on turnaround matters and workout solutions. Having acted as counsel to the company in a number of CCAA matters and numerous Div 1 Proposal matters under the BIA, Martin has developed an expertise in developing and executing on strategies to achieve optimal results in challenging circumstances. Martin also provides advice to various financial institutions on realization matters involving commercial entities such as hotels, golf courses, real estate development projects and others.
Whether in connection to an insolvency, or as a direct commercial transaction, Martin often represents clients in real estate matters, share purchase transactions, and asset purchase transactions. These transactions include straight forward matters to complex and challenging situations, which Martin brings his deep breadth of experience to ultimately smooth completions. Martin also represents several financial institutions on banking and lending matters, primarily on commercial loans. He acts on all types of lending transactions, with a specific focus on unusual or difficult transactions including D.I.P. (Debtor in Possession) loans, acquisitions requiring court orders (bankruptcy, foreclosure etc.), and financing of property under distress.
Speaker, Western Forum of Credit and Financial Executives – topic “Guarantees, Indemnities and Covenants”
Speaker, CLE Bankruptcy & Insolvency 2009, “Recent Changes to the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act”
Martin has a number of ongoing files with his clientele, however the following are samples of files Martin recently has completed: