INSOLVENCY, RESTRUCTURING AND BANKRUPTCY LAW
Pace Law is pleased to announce that we are extending our civil litigation services to insolvency and bankruptcy. We will be combining our own extensive litigation expertise with insolvency specialists at DS Lawyers to offer our clients a full range of insolvency, restructuring, and bankruptcy services at the most cost-effective rates.
Counsel from Pace Law Firm
Don Jack has argued cases at every court level, including the Supreme Court of Canada, in a career spanning more than three decades. For him, success hinges almost entirely on preparation. Don is an effective communicator, with the skills to present thorough and persuasive arguments in court. Don’s practice includes the areas of commercial, administrative, class action, private, international, family and constitutional law. He has acted as lead counsel in several precedent-setting cases, including Airia et al v. Korean Airlines et al, Astley v. Verdun, and McCain v. Melanson. He is also active in ADR, including arbitration and mediation. Don’s work has been recognized by the industry, including Lexpert’s 100 Most Creative Lawyers in Canada and The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory Ontario’s repeatedly recommended corporate litigation counsel.
Jennie Brodski has substantial experience in corporate-commercial litigation and has been involved in shareholder disputes leading to their successful resolution. She has also acted for plaintiffs in a number of class actions, including Leon v. Volkswagen AG, LBP Holdings Ltd. v. Cormark Securities, and Johnson v. North American Palladium Ltd. Jennie has several years’ experience dealing with European investments in Canada, speaks fluent German, and was for four years a licensed foreign practitioner in the Munich bar.
Counsel from DS Lawyers
Jason Dutrizac was lead litigation counsel in a recent CCAA matter in Vancouver, BC. Re Ascent Industries Corp. He was also lead counsel on a recent restructuring matter in Calgary, Alberta. Kulhawy v. Commerx Holdings LLC. Jason is currently court-appointed representative counsel for 851 syndicated investors in a receivership matter on the Commercial List in Toronto and represents a class of investors in a real estate investment matter in Saint John, New Brunswick.
Pavle Masic acted as part of a team of lawyers appointed as representative counsel for a class of syndicated investors in the matter of Redstone Investment Corporation (Re) on a contested substantive consolidation motion. He has acted for debtors, creditors, and court officers in Ontario. He is currently acting for a supply creditor in a CCAA matter in the Province of Quebec. Pavle also has an expertise in cross-border litigation and was counsel in the reported decision of Parque Industrial Avante Monterrey, S.A. v Advantage Engineering Inc. et al. This litigation arose out of a restructuring matter that did not require a formal filing under the BIA. He is also counsel on a highly publicized piece of cross-border litigation involving high profile business executives out of the State of Florida.