Jack M. Little

Jack is cross-appointed to the Disputes Department and the Insolvency and Restructuring Group in the Montréal office. His practice involves corporate and commercial litigation, with a particular focus and expertise on restructuring and insolvency matters. Jack has represented debtors, creditors and appointed court officers in restructuring and insolvency matters before the courts.  Jack has also participated in major contractual and shareholder disputes. Jack holds a Licentiate in Laws from the University of Ottawa, graduating Summa Cum Laude. During his studies Jack served as a student law clerk to the Honourable Justice Claude Dallaire of the Quebec Superior Court, completed a legal internship at a major transportation company, and acted as a research assistant. Jack was also a silver medalist at the Laskin Moot Court Competition in the Factums category. Prior to joining Osler, Jack worked for a boutique law firm specializing in litigation.

Jack is cross-appointed to the Disputes Department and the Insolvency and Restructuring Group in the Montréal office. His practice involves corporate and commercial litigation, with a particular focus and expertise on restructuring and insolvency matters. Jack has represented debtors, creditors and appointed court officers in restructuring and insolvency matters before the courts.  Jack has also participated in major contractual and shareholder disputes. Jack holds a Licentiate in Laws from the University of Ottawa, graduating Summa Cum Laude. During his studies Jack served as a student law clerk to the Honourable Justice Claude Dallaire of the Quebec Superior Court, completed a legal internship at a major transportation company, and acted as a research assistant. Jack was also a silver medalist at the Laskin Moot Court Competition in the Factums category. Prior to joining Osler, Jack worked for a boutique law firm specializing in litigation.

Representative Work

  • The Just For Laughs Group and its affiliates in their restructuring proceedings under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc. in its capacity as trustee in bankruptcy and receiver of the assets of Résidences Floralie in the sale of their assets under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
  • The Bank of Montréal, in its capacity as agent for the lending syndicate of senior lenders of Goli Nutrition Inc. and its affiliate in their restructuring proceedings under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act and Chapter 15 proceedings under the US Bankruptcy Code
  • Paladin AI Inc. in its restructuring under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and successful sale to PACE Canada Aerospace & IT Inc.
  • Prospector Capital Corp. in its business combination with LeddarTech pursuant to a plan of arrangement
  • Dialogue Health Technologies Inc. in its acquisition by Sun Life Financial pursuant to a plan of arrangement

Latest Insights

  • Osler Update Jul 11, 2024

    Superior Court of Québec clarifies obligations of the AMP in an integrity review under the Act respecting contracting by public bodies

    Overview In dismissing an application for judicial review by Neptune Security Services Inc. (Neptune), the Superior Court of Québec clarified and conf...

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    Superior Court of Québec clarifies obligations of the AMP in an integrity review under the Act respecting contracting by public bodies
  • Osler Update Jan 16, 2024

    Section 192 CBCA plans of arrangement – latest insights on virtual securityholder meetings and the solvency requirement

    Plans of arrangement are an important, flexible tool for businesses to undertake various corporate transactions. We examine recent developments around...

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    Section 192 CBCA plans of arrangement – latest insights on virtual securityholder meetings and the solvency requirement

Credentials

Education

  • University of Ottawa, LL.L.

Languages

  • French
  • English

Professional Affiliations

  • Barreau du Québec
  • Young Bar of Montréal
  • Canadian Bar Association