Luc Morin is a partner at Norton Rose Fulbright and a member of its Montréal Commercial Litigation Group. His practice focuses on bankruptcy, insolvency and corporate restructuring. Over the years, he has earned multiple distinctions for the high quality of his professional work, including recognition as a leading practitioner in insolvency and financial restructuring law by The Best Lawyers in Canada since 2017, recognition by The Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory since 2017 as a leading lawyer in the areas of Insolvency & Restructuring and Litigation – Corporate Commercial, and recognition as a Rising Star by the IFLR1000: The Guide to the World’s Leading Financial Law Firms in the area of financial restructuring in 2016–2017. Luc was invited to join the Insolvency Institute of Canada in 2018. Finally, Luc is the President of the executive committee of the Québec Chapter of the Canadian Bar Association – Insolvency Section. He has been recognized as a Next Generation Partner by The Legal 500 Canada in Restructuring and Insolvency (2020-2021) and by The Lexpert®/American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada in the area of Insolvency & Financial Restructuring (2020, 2021).
On March 6, 2015, a landlord group led by Ivanhoé Cambridge Inc. and Oxford Properties Group completed a transaction involving the termination of leases at 11 properties that had previously been leased by Target Canada Co. (Target), owner and operator of shopping centers, and a unit of Target Corp., for $138 million.