In her insolvency and restructuring practice, Jane has acted for lenders in respect of both corporate and personal claims and has appeared as defense counsel in actions involving lender liability, breach of trust, bankruptcy proceedings and actions brought pursuant to the Companies Creditors Arrangement Act. She has acted as defense counsel for several financial institutions in a number of Class Action Proceedings. She has also acted as counsel for receivers, monitors and trustees in bankruptcy, and for directors and officers in insolvency proceedings.
In addition to her insolvency litigation practice, Jane has also developed an extensive practice in the area of trust and estate litigation. She has acted as counsel for individual and professional executors, administrators and trustees in numerous disputes relating to the validity of wills, the interpretation of trusts and wills, wills variation claims, and administration of estates and trusts. She has also acted for individual beneficiaries, and other claimants in litigation governed by British Columbia's Wills Variation Act, and Trust and Settlement Variation Act and other estate or trust related litigation.
Jane has lectured on numerous occasions on insolvency and estate/trust related topics, and is the author of a number of papers. She was awarded her designation as Queen's Counsel in 2008.