David is recognized by Best Lawyers in Canada for Insolvency & Financial Restructuring, as well as Banking & Finance and Corporate & Commercial Litigation. He was acknowledged by Best Lawyers as 2014 Winnipeg Insolvency & Financial Restructuring “Lawyer of the Year”. He is also recogized by Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory as a leading practitioner in Insolvency and Commercial Litigation and rated Martindale-Hubbell Distinguished. He devotes his practice to banking and commercial litigation, including restructuring, realizations, bankruptcy, receivership, arrangements, proposals and work-outs, forbearance agreements, liquidations, priorities disputes, farm realizations and mediation, commodities litigation and trading disputes.
- Admitted to the Bar, 1985, Manitoba.
- University of Manitoba (B.A., 1977, LL.B., 1984).
Articles by David R.M. Jackson
Mortgage Sale and Foreclosure Proceedings in Manitoba
Aside from situations involving farm land (where a leave order must first be obtained before commencing proceedings), land registered under The Registry Act (where the Courts have jurisdiction), and other rare exceptions, mortgagees can generally pursue mortgage sale and foreclosure…
Silk Purse or Sow’s Ear? What to Consider When Negotiating a Forbearance Agreement
Once default occurs and a lender refrains from enforcement or otherwise requiring strict compliance with lending conditions, forbearance has occurred. There used to be a certain banality with forbearance. If a debtor had cash flow difficulties, there was a reasonable…
Sows, Cows and Other Prairie Themes: What’s New for Manitoba and Saskatchewan
Manitoba 1. The Puratone Corporation et al It took a while but ultimately the CCAA proceedings for The Puratone Corporation generated some jurisprudence. Puratone involved one of this country’s top five hog producers which filed for protection on September 12,…
2013 Mid-Market Commercial Insolvency Update
From the vast assortment of insolvency cases reported this past year this paper culled out an even dozen for the purposes of this CAIRP Mid-Market Commercial Insolvency Update: two from the Supreme Court; two from Manitoba; and eight others from across the country.
Farm Protection In Manitoba – Safe Harbour Or A Trap For The Unwary?
This paper originally presented at the Manitoba Bar Association Mid-Winter Conference, January, 2003. It has since been updated and revised for the 2011 Pitblado Lectures.
Slim (But Useful) Pickin’s From The Prairies
Prepared for the 8th Annual Pan-Canadian Insolvency and Restructuring Conference – October 12, 2012 – Halifax, NS