Saskatoon Lawyer Jeff Lee, Q.C. Presenting at Insolvency Institute of Canada Annual Conference

On October 24, 2019 Jeff Lee, Q.C. will present at the Insolvency Institute of Canada (IIC) Annual Conference & General Meeting. The event takes place in Naples, Florida from October 24-26, 2019.

Jeff will co-present with Montréal lawyer Christian Lachance of Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP on the Impact on Insolvency Law and Practice of the 2015 decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in Attorney General For Saskatchewan v. Lemare Lake Logging Ltd”. Their presentation comes as part of the “Priming CRA? The Canada North Saga Continues & When the BIA is Not Paramount: Accommodating Lemare Lake Logging” breakout session.

The IIC conference includes sessions that cover a broad range of topics relating to insolvency extending to: potential insolvency issues facing Canada’s cannabis industry, real estate development and construction insolvencies, and amendments to the BIA and CCAA.

About the Insolvency Institute of Canada

The Insolvency Institute of Canada (IIC) is Canada’s leading private-sector insolvency organization. The non-profit organization is dedicated to improving the insolvency process and enhancing the professional quality of, and public respect for, the insolvency and bankruptcy practice in Canada.

Members of the IIC are drawn from the most senior and experienced professionals representing the insolvency community in Canada.

About Jeff Lee, Q.C.

Jeff’s insolvency experience includes assignments in the manufacturing, energy, aviation, real estate, agribusiness, hospitality, transportation, telecommunications, fish processing, construction, forest products, mining and pulp and paper industries. In his commercial litigation practice, Jeff represents parties involved in shareholder disputes, banking litigation, landlord-tenant matters and builders’ lien litigation. He has appeared before Superior Courts in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and New Brunswick, Appellate Courts in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba and before the Federal Court, Tax Court and Supreme Court of Canada.