Lori Mark

Lori Mark

Partner

Lori Mark
Contact Information

Lori Mark

Partner


T 416.865.6646

F 416.865.6636

E lmark@grllp.com

Education

University of Windsor, LL.B., 1986
University of Western Ontario, B.A., (Music), 1980
Bar Admission

Ontario, 1988
About Gardiner Roberts LLP

For over 100 years, Gardiner Roberts has combined the benefits of a full-service law firm with the dexterity of a mid-sized one. Our focused, cross-disciplinary, one-team approach and commitment to understand your business joins our relevant expertise, immediacy and dedication to providing client-centric, hands-on service. 100% Canadian and fully independent, we offer a level of overall efficiency and cost-effectiveness that larger firms can't touch. Resisting "cookie-cutter" law, Gardiner Roberts has built its name - one rewarding client relationship at a time.

Executive Summary

Lori has provided counsel on all manner of secured loan transactions to both borrowers and lenders including banks, trust and insurance companies and equipment financiers, involving a wide variety of collateral including real estate, intellectual property, aircraft, computer equipment and green energy projects.

When disputes arise, she acts on workouts, restructuring, collections, loan enforcement, priority issues, security review and realization and proceedings under the Companies Creditors Arrangement Act as well as on receiverships and bankruptcies. In addition, she advises on mortgage enforcement with an emphasis on powers of sale.

Lori has participated extensively in a wide variety of real estate-based transactions including acquisitions, sales, mortgage financings, condominium organization and commercial leasing. She has acted for conservation authorities and others in respect of conservation easements and erosion control agreements. She has also been actively involved in the acquisition, sale and financing of businesses.

Lori has represented municipal and other clients in procurement matters in relation to information technology, construction, building services, professional services and goods and materials, and has assisted clients in preparation of standard procurement documentation.

In addition, she has a developing art law practice involving traditional legal services, copyright and information technology-related issues, and art-specific matters including consignment, sale, licensing, rental, commission and exhibition.

Expertise

Professional Involvement
  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Ontario Bar Association