Lee’s practice focuses on insolvency, including bankruptcies and restructurings, as well as receiverships, foreclosures, creditors’ remedies, security realizations, and other commercial matters. He assists trustees, receivers, directors, shareholders, creditors, debtors, and other parties involved in commercial disputes.
Lee also advise housing co-operatives on various issues, including rules and occupancy agreements, membership relations and terminations, contracts, policies, human rights claims and related litigation.
Before joining Gehlen Dabbs, Lee worked in a broad litigation practice that included commercial, real estate, corporate, human rights, and estate litigation. In this practice, he was involved in several trials, appeals, and other hearings.
In this presentation, Lee Marriner will provide an overview of various options available to insolvent companies and the advantages and disadvantages of these options. The presentation will touch on informal solutions as well as formal proceedings pursuant to the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act.