Michael MacNaughton is a Partner of Borden Ladner Gervais and a member of the
firms insolvency and restructuring group. Mr. MacNaughton was admitted
to the Ontario Bar in 1986. He graduated from Queens University in 1983.
Areas of Practice
- Practices insolvency and restructuring law.
- Advises lenders, creditors, debtors and insolvency professionals with respect
to security enforcement, workouts, private and court supervised restructurings
and liquidations, receiverships, bankruptcies, winding-ups, creditor remedies,
fraudulent conveyances, unjust preferences and the like.
- Is an active member of the insolvency and restructuring bar in proceedings
in the Bankruptcy Court and on the Commercial List including Canada 3000 Airlines,
Algoma Steel, Eatons department stores, Royal Oak Mines and Confederation
Professional and Community Activities
- Coauthor with Springman, Stewart and Morrison, Fraudulent Conveyances and
Preferences (Carswell, Looseleaf).
- Written and spoken extensively on insolvency and restructuring topics for
the Law Society of Upper Canada, The Canadian Institute, Insight and other
publications on topics including DIP financing, insolvency issues in information
technology agreements, insolvency litigation, landlords rights in insolvency,
creditor remedies (settlements, preferences, fraudulent conveyances and oppression
claims) and proceedings under the Winding-up and Restructuring Act.
- Member of the Insolvency Institute of Canada, the American Bar Association
(Business Bankruptcy), the American Bankruptcy Institute, INSOL, the Turnaround
Management Association and the Ontario Bar Association (Insolvency Section).
Practice areas to which Michael J. MacNaughton belongs:
Insolvency and Restructuring