Alexis focuses primarily on syndicated debt, structured financing and distressed financings, acting for both domestic and international financiers and debtors. He has significant experience with structuring and documenting distressed financings, equipment financings, leveraged financings, asset-based financings, franchise financing arrangements, margin loans, securitizations, receivables financings and hotel financings.
Alexis is the co-leader of the Firm’s Public Sector Crisis & Compliance group. He advises on public and political law issues, including lobbying matters, gifting rules, conflict of interest regimes, access to information disclosures, election finance rules and more.
Alexis has served as an adjunct professor of public law and decision-making at Osgoode Hall Law School and has been a Law Society lecturer on doing business with the Canadian public sector. He has also served as a political strategist for several current and former senior federal, provincial and municipal public-office holders.