Linc Rogers is a partner with Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP in Toronto. He acts as a principal advisor to key stakeholders in some of Canada’s most complex domestic and cross-border restructurings and distressed acquisitions. Rogers is chair of Blakes’ Distressed Retail Sub-Group and has acted on a number of large retail insolvencies over the past several years.
Linc acts as a principal advisor to key stakeholders in some of Canada’s most complex domestic and cross-border restructurings and distressed acquisitions.
Linc gained insights into cross-border mandates as a key member of the Blakes U.S. initiative team, having relocated to the United States from 2004 to 2007 to assist in establishing their U.S. presence. Upon his return to Toronto, Linc developed a leading restructuring practice with a particular focus on cross-border matters. In addition to acting for a broad cross section of domestic clients, Linc is routinely retained by U.S. private equity and hedge funds and U.S. headquartered asset-based lenders to provide strategic and legal advice for some of their most complicated mandates.
Linc is also a leading contributor to continuing legal education. He has published extensively in scholarly journals and trade publications for almost two decades and now sits on the Editorial Advisory Board of the Annual Review of Insolvency Law, Canada’s leading insolvency law publication. He is an invited speaker at conferences and seminars throughout Canada and the U.S. Many of his speaking engagements address diversity issues in the legal profession, and he has been recognized for his pioneering accomplishments in this area.