Tracy has over thirty years’ experience advising on many of the largest and most widely known insolvency and restructuring mandates, including landmark matters for Target, General Motors and Canwest. She practises corporate and commercial law with an emphasis on corporate recapitalizations, reorganizations, and restructurings and related transactions including acquisitions and divestitures. She acts as a trusted advisor to major debtor corporations, boards, lending syndicates, bondholders and private equity sponsors, and also regularly advises court officers. Tracy is sought out for her expertise on cross-border proceedings and for her ability to provide pragmatic advice that is tailored to her clients' business issues.
Tracy is ranked in Band 1 by Chambers and Partners both nationally and globally for her expertise in insolvency and restructuring law, and she is recognized as a leading lawyer in numerous industry publications. She is a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy and a Member of the Insolvency Institute of Canada.
Tracy is alumna of The Judy Project, one of Canada’s top leadership forums designed for women executives ascending to C-suite positions, at the University of Toronto’s Joseph Rotman School of Management. She is also a contributing storyteller for the 2019 best selling leadership book entitled The Collective Wisdom of High-performing Women, Leadership Lessons from the Judy Project, which features personal stories from 70 Canadian women business leaders that highlight their perspectives on the characteristics of great leaders.
Tracy currently serves as a member of the board of directors of Kids Help Phone and the Israel Cancer Research Fund. Tracy served as the National Chair of Osler’s Insolvency & Restructuring Group and as a member of the firm’s Operations Committee, and served two terms on the firm’s Partnership Board.