Gordon G. Plottel

Partner | Vancouver

604.643.1245

Portrait of Gordon G.  Plottel

Gordon Plottel’s practice includes a wide variety of commercial litigation and insolvency matters. He has represented corporate and individual clients in a broad spectrum of commercial disputes in the British Columbia Supreme Court and Court of Appeal, in federal courts, and before arbitration panels. He has considerable experience in personal property and real property security and debt enforcement matters, bankruptcy, restructuring and workouts, franchise disputes, commercial contractual and leasing matters, foreclosures, shareholder disputes, and landlord-tenant litigation and arbitration. Gordon has represented corporations, partnerships, individuals, societies, receivers, monitors and trustees in bankruptcy in these types of matters.

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Miller Thomson lawyers recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada 2019

In the just released 2019 edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada, 144 Miller Thomson lawyers from across the country have been recognized for their expertise in 47 areas of law. This includes 6 lawyers who were awarded “Lawyer of the Year” in...

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Miller Thomson recognized in 2017 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory

In the recently released 2017 edition of the Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory, 79 Miller Thomson lawyers across 30 areas of law have been recognized for their industry-leading advisory expertise.  These latest rankings are the culmination of an extensive annual peer...

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Miller Thomson lawyers recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada 2017

126 Miller Thomson lawyers from across the country and in numerous areas of law have been recognized for their expertise in the 2017 edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada. This result is up from 122 lawyers ranked last year....

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Lexpert recognizes 80 Miller Thomson lawyers

Miller Thomson is pleased to announce 80 lawyers across ten of our offices are recognized in the 2016 edition of The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory as leading practitioners in their field. Published annually since 1997, The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory...

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Miller Thomson advises on USD 6 billion oil and gas merger

Miller Thomson, along with two American firms and a Canadian firm, are advising on a USD 6 billion oil and gas merger that will create the largest producer in North Dakota’s Bakken Shale formation. Gregory Smith, Kevin Sorochan, Lyne Gaulin,...

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Gordon Plottel speaks on financial issues in family law

Gordon Plottel is a presenter at the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC’s course on Advanced Financial Issues in Family Law. He speaks on a panel discussing “Management of Excluded Property in a Post-V.J.F. World”.

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Miller Thomson speaks at Canadian Finance and Leasing Association conference

Jennifer Babe speaks on the “What’s New in Law” panel Gordon Plottel and Nicole Taylor-Smith present “Maximizing Recovery from Insolvent Customers” Miller Thomson is a conference sponsor and hosts the Thursday luncheon.

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Gord Plottel presents “Bankruptcy: Its Interplay with Property and Support Issues under the Family Law Act” at the Trial Lawyers Association of BC’s Family Act seminar.

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Gordon Plottel speaks at the CBA Real Property sub-section on “Insolvency Issues for Landlords, Tenants, and Real Estate Practitioners.”

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Gordon Plottel speaks at the Canadian Franchise Association’s Western Canada Franchise Summit in Vancouver on Sept. 30

His presentation is on “How Franchisors can Cope with the Bankruptcy or Insolvency of Franchisees and Others”. Click here for more information.  

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Debt Recovery in Challenging Economic Times

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Deliberate acts of damage by lessees and the murky world of insurance exclusions

The BC Supreme Court provides some clarity When an insurance policy exclusion does not come close to being easily intelligible, an insurer may not be entitled to rely on it to exclude coverage for acts of intentional damage by a...

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Counsel Comments: Integris Credit Union v. Mercedes-Benz Financial Services Canada Corporation

BC Take Five Newsletter, OnPoint Legal Research

This case addressed a long-standing tension between receivers and creditors who are unwilling participants in a receivership. A receiver’s role is to enforce security by taking control and possession of all of a debtors’ property and ultimately selling the property...

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Receiver v. Lessor: Who Gets the Equipment? Limitations on Property Under a Receiver’s Control

Court appointed receivers commonly assume control over all of a debtor’s property.  In assuming that control, the receiver may collect various pieces of the debtor’s leased equipment, and include that equipment in a sale of the debtor’s assets.  Further, the...

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Some Bankruptcy Law Issues Affecting Division of Assets and Support Under the Family Law Act

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Maximizing Lessors’ Deficiency Claims

Canadian Equipment Finance, July/August 2013, 24-25

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Debt Recovery in Challenging Economic Times

Miller Thomson seminar

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When is a Lease a “True Lease”?

The Lawyers Weekly

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Alabama Graphite acquired by Westwater Resources

Counsel to Alabama Graphite Corp.

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Teliphone Navigata-Westel Communications sells certain assets to Distributel Communications pursuant to CCAA restructuring

Counsel to the court-appointed Monitor

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GRP Minerals Corp. and Fiore Exploration Ltd. complete business combination

Counsel to GRP Minerals Corp.

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BC Court of Appeal limits scope of property under receiver’s control

Counsel to Mercedes-Benz Financial Services

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