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LAWYERS

Brandon Jaffe

 

Brandon has specialized in bankruptcy and insolvency law since 1989 when he joined Robins, Appleby and Taub.  Over twenty years ago, he established a boutique insolvency practice, representing primarily trustees-in-bankruptcy, receivers and managers, and high-income debtors.

Brandon frequently writes and speaks on topics in the area of bankruptcy and insolvency law for CLE programs and CAIRP, among others.

 

Year of Call:

1985 - British Columbia

1989 - Ontario

Education:

McGill University, LL.B.

University of British Columbia, B.A.

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Recent Activities and Publications:

Speaker, “Preparing Motions and the Rules of Civil Procedure”, Ontario Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals, April 2015

 

Author, “Current Issues in the Registrar’s Court”, Ontario Bar Association, February 2015

 

Co-Author, “It Wants to Move Assets – How Late is Too Late?”, The Six-Minute Debtor-Creditor and Insolvency Lawyer 2012, The Law Society of Upper Canada, October 2012

Elaine Peritz

 

Elaine practices in the areas of corporate-commercial law and commercial litigation. Her practice focuses on franchises, shareholder agreements, shareholder disputes, purchase and sale of businesses, banking law, CRA director liability and all aspects of corporate law.

Elaine articled and practised at the Calgary office of Bennett Jones LLP and was an international partner at Baker & McKenzie.

 

Year of Call:

1987 - Ontario

Education:

Dalhousie University, LL.B.

University of British Columbia, B.Sc.

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Recent Activities and Publications:

Co-Author, “It Wants to Move Assets – How Late is Too Late?”, The Six-Minute Debtor-Creditor and Insolvency Lawyer 2012, The Law Society of Upper Canada, October 2012

Sarah Turgeon

 

Sarah is an associate lawyer at Jaffe & Peritz LLP who joined the firm as an articling student. Sarah practices generally in the areas of bankruptcy and insolvency, corporate law and commercial litigation, with a primary focus on insolvency law.

Sarah has made many appearances before the Registrars in Bankruptcy on such matters as proposal approvals, discharge hearings and contested matters.

 

Year of Call:

2014 - Ontario

Education:

Dalhousie University, J.D., 2013

Queen's University, Hon. B.A., 2010

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Recent Activities and Publications:

Co-Author, “Consumer Legal Technical Update”, Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals 2016 Insolvency and Restructuring Exchange, May 2016