Lisa Hiebert

PartnerBorden Ladner Gervais LLPInsolvency & Restructuring; Commercial; In-House Counsel; Finance

Lisa is a partner with Borden Ladner Gervias, specializing in insolvency and restructuring law. She represents debtor companies, court officers, creditors and other stakeholders in in matters related to restructuring, corporate reorganizations, fraudulent preference actions, bankruptcy, receiverships and foreclosures.

Lisa Hiebert is a partner with Borden Ladner Gervais, specializing in insolvency and restructuring law.  She represents debtor companies, court officers, creditors and other stakeholders in in matters related to restructuring, corporate reorganizations, fraudulent preference actions, bankruptcy, receiverships and foreclosures.

Lisa also has experience in civil litigation, including commercial disputes, contractual issues, shareholder disputes and securities regulatory matters.

Lisa has appeared before all levels of Court in British Columbia and Alberta, as well as the British Columbia Securities Commission.

Education

  • University of Saskatchewan, LL.B., 2006

Bar Admission

  • British Columbia, 2009
  • Alberta, 2007

Experience

  • Acting for a cannabis company in connection with its restructuring proceedings pursuant to the CCAA
  • Acting for a gold mining company in respect of its restructuring pursuant to the CCAA and proceedings under Chapter 15 of the US Bankruptcy Code
  • Acting for the monitor, with expanded powers, in respect of an oil and gas company in proceedings under the CCAA and Chapter 15 of the US Bankruptcy Code
  • Acting for the receiver of an oil and gas company with operations in BC, Alberta and Saskatchewan
  • Acting for the proposal trustee in respect of the BIA proposal restructuring of a mining company
  • Acting for a manufacturing company and foreign representative in connection with its restructuring proceedings pursuant to the CCAA Part IV
  • Acting for the information officer in connection with the CCAA Part IV proceedings in respect of a gold mining company
  • Acting for the receiver in respect of a receivership of a sawmill in northern British Columbia
  • Acting for a California receiver where the debtor fled to British Columbia
  • Acting for significant stakeholders and creditors in connection with CCAA proceedings and complex receiverships

Associations

  • British Columbia Model Insolvency Order Committee
  • Canadian Bar Association (Insolvency and Civil Litigation subsections)
  • Turnaround Management Association
  • International Women's Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC)
  • Law Society of British Columbia
  • Law Society of Alberta