Alex Ilchenko (Moderator)

Alex Ilchenko (Moderator)

Alex Ilchenko (Moderator)

Second Vice President | Ukrainian Canadian Congress National

Alex Ilchenko is Head of the Insolvency & Corporate Restructuring Practice Group at Pallett Valo LLP.

Alex has over 26 years of litigation experience and practices primarily in the areas of insolvency and related commercial litigation, with an emphasis on secured and unsecured creditor remedies, commercial bankruptcy, receiverships and commercial restructurings and representing receivers, trustees and court appointed monitors.

Alex has represented individual and corporate debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, landlords, purchasers of assets from insolvent entities, liquidators, trustees in bankruptcy, construction lien claimants, directors of insolvent entities, receivers and monitors appointed under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act.

Alex is also a member of Pallett Valo LLP’s Commercial Litigation, Construction Litigation, Wills and Estates Litigation, Cross-Border, Commercial Finance and Alternative Dispute Resolution Services Practice Groups.

Alex has written extensively on various matters in the areas of insolvency and environmental law.

During the course of Alex’s litigation practice he has principally appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Commercial List, and the Bankruptcy Registrar’s Court. He has also appeared before the Nova Scotia Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal for Ontario, and in proceedings before the Supreme Court of Canada.

Alex is heavily involved in the Ukrainian community. He currently serves as the 2nd Vice-President of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress. He is also President of the Ukrainian Canadian Bar Association, and was a Past Director of the Ukrainian Canadian Professional & Business Association in Toronto.

Alex organized a visit of Judges of the Ukrainian Supreme, Constitutional and Arbitrage Courts with members of the Ontario Judiciary and he was an organizer of the World Congress of Ukrainian Lawyers in Kyiv, Ukraine in October of 1994 and 1996.