Alexis Teasdale practices in the areas of insolvency, restructuring and general corporate commercial litigation, with a secondary focus in real-estate based commercial litigation and administrative tribunal work. She has significant experience in Chambers work at the Court of Queen's Bench level and is building a strong appellate practice. Alexis' client base includes major financial institutions and accounting firms, as well as major real estate services companies. She has represented monitors, receivers, trustees, debtors and creditors in a broad range of insolvency proceedings and complex commercial debtor-creditor litigation.
In her real-estate litigation and administrative tribunal practice, Alexis assists clients with administrative hearings before business and property tax assessment review boards and related appeals to the Court of Queen's Bench, as well as subdivision and development appeal board appeals and foreclosures.
Alexis handles a wide range of matters for a broad constituency of clients and has been endorsed by clients and colleagues for her skills in commercial litigation. She is also actively engaged in furthering her knowledge through academic pursuits and has published articles for and presented at several national insolvency law conferences.
- Was part of the team representing Sanjel Corporation, an Alberta-based energy services and pressure pumping company, in connection with the sale of its US fracturing, coiled tubing and cementing assets to Liberty Oilfield Services Holdings LLC.
- Was part of the team representing Sanjel Corporation, an Alberta-based energy services and pressure pumping company, in connection with the sale of its Canadian fracturing, coiled tubing and cementing assets to STEP Energy Services Ltd. and 1961531 Alberta Ltd.
- Had a key role on a retainer for the Receiver of an Alberta real estate investment company involving complex real estate projects in Saskatchewan, British Columbia, and Alberta.
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