- LL.B., Queen's University, 1983
- B.Sc., (Biology and Psychology), University of Toronto, 1980
Bruce Darlington is a partner with the firm's Toronto office. Bruce assists lenders and debtors in all aspects of commercial loan transactions including secured financing transactions, asset-based lending, real estate financing, insolvency, restructuring, debtor and creditor rights and supplier’s rights.
Bruce represents financial institutions including chartered banks, asset-based lenders and subordinate or mezzanine lenders both at the time that financing is provided and when the repayment of the financing is in question.
Bruce also represents other creditors, trustees in bankruptcy, receivers, trade suppliers, landlords and debtors in all aspects of insolvency law including bankruptcy, proposals, reorganizations, security enforcement, liquidations and restructuring under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act.
Bruce has been involved in financing and insolvency situations in a wide variety of industries including: automotive, food processing, publishing, printing, retail, transportation, knowledge based, telecommunications, real estate, hotel and entertainment.
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