Bruce Taylor specializes in financial services, corporate restructuring, insolvency, and bankruptcy law. He earned his law degree from the University of Manitoba in 1979. His expertise encompasses advising various entities such as corporations, banks, secondary lenders, venture capital firms, shareholders, directors, creditors, and debtors on matters pertaining to corporate debt restructuring, recovery strategies, bankruptcy, and proposals under the insolvency act. Operating as a partner at Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP, Bruce has taken the lead in shaping and heading the firm's practice groups related to insolvency and restructuring, financial services, environmental concerns, and aboriginal affairs. The core dedication of the firm lies in catering to clients' needs while consistently delivering work of exceptional quality. The firm offers an extensive array of services to secured and unsecured creditors, receivers, trustees in bankruptcy, and debtors, all connected to issues arising within the realm of insolvency.
• More than 135 Years in Business
• Good Corporate Citizenship
• Client Focused Work
• Multiple Locations.
ADDITIONAL PRACTICE AREAS:
Business, Labour and Employment, Litigation, Dispute Resolution & Administrative Law
Sat & Sun: Closed