Kyle Kashuba’s practice focuses on disputes and restructurings in the oil and gas sector, with an emphasis on financial insolvency and corporate restructuring, and commercial litigation. His experience includes litigation involving corporate and shareholder disputes, and he has acted on numerous multimillion dollar files involving the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act, the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, receivership proceedings and international commercial arbitration.
Kyle has served as counsel to numerous insolvency professionals in their capacities as monitors, receivers, trustees and otherwise, as well as to various secured and unsecured creditors, purchasers and prospective purchasers, and financially challenged corporations both public and private. He was recently appointed as amicus curiae counsel to the Court of Appeal of Alberta in a complex insolvency case. He has also represented parties in a wide range of legal proceedings including major contractual disputes, franchise litigation, judgment-debt enforcements, builder’s lien and construction claims, and the defence of professional negligence claims.
Kyle has argued numerous matters in the Court of Queen’s Bench, the Alberta Bankruptcy Court and the Court of Appeal of Alberta, as well as before various administrative tribunals. He is also experienced in mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.