Tamie is a corporate-commercial litigator who specializes in the field of insolvency, bankruptcy and restructuring law. She represents clients at all stages of the asset recovery and forensic accounting process, and has assisted various parties in the resolution of complex disputes under both the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act. Tamie also has significant experience acting on behalf of creditors engaged in the civil prosecution of corporate fraud and white collar crime.
Tamie has worked on a broad and extensive variety of litigation files. She has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Small Claims Court, and has assisted senior counsel on matters before both the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Prior to her employment at Miller Thomson, Tamie received her J.D. from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, where she won the first place Appellant team prize as prosecution at a mock criminal appellate moot, sat on student government, and was elected co-director of a legal clinic. In her third year of law school, she attended the University of Manchester on exchange. Tamie also holds a B.A. (Hons., high distinction) and M.A. in English Literature from the University of Toronto, winning ten academic awards and scholarships over the course of her studies, including the St. Michael’s College Silver Medal.
- Junior Counsel on the Representative Counsel team for over 76,000 Affected Users in the approximately $220 million CCAA/bankruptcy proceedings of the QuadrigaCX cryptocurrency exchange
- Junior Counsel on the Representative Counsel team for investors regarding an initial approximate $82 million indebtedness of syndicated mortgage developments administered by Hi-Rise Capital Ltd.
- Junior Counsel on the Counsel team for the Court-appointed Receiver in the receivership of Curative Cannabis on the application of Auxly Cannabis Group for an approximate $16.2 million debt
- Co-author with Peter Little, “Preserving Intellectual Property Rights in Licenses: Changes to the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act”, Miller Thomson LLP Blog, November 27, 2019
- Volunteer, Pro Bono Clinic (Ryerson University), 2018 – present
- Clinic Co-Director and Volunteer, Advocates for Injured Workers, 2015 – 2018
- Member, Turnaround Management Association
- Member, International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
- Member, Ontario Bar Association
- Member, Toronto Lawyers’ Association
- Member, The Advocates’ Society
Bar admissions & education
- Ontario Bar, 2019
- J.D., University of Toronto Faculty of Law, 2018
- Exchange Semester, University of Manchester School of Law, 2017
- M.A., University of Toronto, 2015
- B.A. (Hons., high distinction), University of Toronto, St. Michael’s College, 2014