Co-head of the firm's litigation department, Ken Lenz largely focuses on insolvency and restructuring matters, including representing companies, receivers, monitors, acquirors, creditors and financial institutions in managing corporate reorganization and the realization of assets. Ken has in recent years acted in most significant restructurings in Alberta, and in many as counsel for the restructuring company under Companies Creditors Arrangement Act proceedings. This practice necessarily involves litigation concerning oil and gas industry agreements, lending arrangements, security enforcement and licensing matters. In addition, Ken has significant experience in commercial litigation generally, particularly shareholder claims and disputes, oppression actions, and energy industry litigation. He regularly appears at all levels of the Alberta Courts and has appeared before the United States Bankruptcy Court, and before the Alberta, Ontario and British Columbia Securities Commissions. He is a member of the Insolvency Institute of Canada.