Dom Glavota Partner


Speaks:  English

Year of Call: 1997 - Ontario

Primary phone: +1 416-862-3607

Secondary phone: +1 905-540-3240

Fax: +1 416-862-7661

Email: dom.glavota@gowlingwlg.com

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Primary office:  Toronto

Secondary office  Hamilton



Dom Glavota

Dom Glavota is a senior lawyer in Gowling WLG's Toronto and Hamilton offices, practising financing, real estate and restructuring and insolvency law. Dom is an executive member of the firm's Financial Services Industry Group.

Dom has worked with Gowling WLG's Practice Innovation Group to develop, implement and refine new models for the efficient delivery of legal services for loan documentation and recovery of defaulted loans. Dom leads a team that oversees the recovery of a large portfolio of defaulted commercial loans across Canada through the use of a sophisticated portfolio management software system and work process designs.

Dom routinely acts for major financial institutions and non-institutional lenders on domestic and international transactions and has been involved with financings for a variety of businesses with operations in Canada and the United States, including the agricultural, automotive, energy, manufacturing, media, shipping/logistics and telecommunications sectors.

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Memberships

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Law Society of Upper Canada

Dom was the editor of Corporate Finance and Banking, a loose-leaf service published by LexisNexis.

  • Counsel to Rabobank Nederland, Canadian Branch, as administrative agent for a syndicate of financial institutions, in connection with the establishment of senior secured operating and term credit facilities in the amount of $80 million in favour of one of Canada’s largest aquaculture companies involved in the farming and processing of Atlantic salmon.
  • Counsel to Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, as administrative agent for a syndicate of financial institutions, in connection with the establishment of senior secured credit facilities in the amount of $218 million in favour of a global food distribution and trading company.
  • Counsel to Bank of Montreal in connection with the restructuring of the terms and conditions governing the Menu foods Income Fund’s credit facilities.
  • Counsel to Farm Credit Canada in connection with the financing of solar panels on properties owned by farmers.
  • Counsel to Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce as administrative agent for a syndicate of financial institutions, in connection with the establishment of senior secured credit facilities in favour of a global company that develops, manufactures and distributes commercial satellite communications, components and systems.
  • Counsel to The Toronto-Dominion Bank, as administrative agent for a syndicate of lenders, in connection with $125 million amended and restated senior secured credit facilities in favour of Glacier Ventures International Corp. used to partially finance the acquisition of substantially all of Hollinger International Inc.’s Canadian assets.