Greg Azeff is a member of the firm’s Insolvency & Corporate Restructuring Practice and Privacy Law Group.
As a member of the board of directors of several corporations and having served as CEO of a Canadian technology company for almost five years, Greg has an appreciation for the challenges faced by business owner/operators and entrepreneurs. His broad business law practice ranges from initial organization, fundraising and capital structure, to advising large established enterprises on matters such as mergers, acquisitions, private equity placement, debt financing and securitization, joint ventures and the negotiation of complex commercial agreements.
Greg also assists businesses facing serious financial and operational challenges. He has substantial experience and expertise representing debtors, creditors, bankruptcy trustees and receivers in court-supervised insolvency proceedings, and has helped a number of distressed companies avoid court proceedings by successfully completing out-of-court restructurings.
Greg has acted for businesses from a wide range of industries including banking & financial services, securities, information technology, automotive manufacturing, fashion & apparel, entertainment, commercial & residential property management, media & publishing, commercial aviation and construction.
LL.B., Osgoode Hall Law School (2000)
Called to the Ontario Bar, 2002
- Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation: The Clock is Ticking... (May 2013)
- Privacy Protection (November 2012)