Lawyers Michael Weinczok and Kathy Le Write Chapter on Canada for Financing Company Group Restructurings

November 5, 2015
Dickinson Wright LLP, Canada’s leading full-service business law firm specializing in cross-border counsel, is pleased to announce that Lawyers Michael Weinczok and Kathy Le recently wrote a chapter for the book, Financing Company Group Restructurings, published by the Oxford University Press.

Mr. Weinczok and Ms. Le contributed the chapter on Canada to Financing Company Group Restructurings, which provides the first comprehensive treatment of out-of-court restructuring and post-commencement insolvency financing in the corporate group setting, domestically and internationally. Bringing together a collection of distinguished contributors – academics and practitioners at the forefront of insolvency practice and law reform efforts – the book addresses and critiques “state of the art” practice and work-arounds for financing out-of-court restructurings as well as judicial reorganizations, going-concern liquidations and administration proceedings of financially distressed global business groups. The book is designed to assist those practitioners who must structure (and courts that must approve) financing for global enterprise groups in reorganization.

To learn more about this book or to pre-order, please click here.

Mr. Weinczok is a Partner in the Bankruptcy and Insolvency and Banking Groups. His practice focuses on all aspects of business restructuring, distress investing and commercial lending, with a particular emphasis on acting as counsel for both creditors and financial institutions in both international and cross-border reorganizations and acting on behalf of capital market participants in undervalue or distress investments. Mr. Weinczok is Co-Chair of the Reorganization and Workouts Subcommittee of the International Bar Association. He received his B.A. and his LL.B. from Dalhousie University.

Ms. Le is an Associate in the Toronto office of Dickinson Wright. Her practice includes a variety of corporate and commercial matters. She is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, the Law Society of Upper Canada, and the Ontario Bar Association. She received her Bachelor of Commerce from Ryerson University and her J.D. from the University of Windsor.
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