Mitchell Allison 

Mitchell Allison

Calgary
TD Canada Trust Tower, Suite 1700
421 7th Avenue S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T2P 4K9

t: 403.531.8743
e: mitchell.allison@mcmillan.ca

overview

Mitchell is an associate in the firm's Commercial Real Estate Group and Business Law Group. His developing practice encompasses a wide range of commercial real estate and business law matters including secured and unsecured financings, mortgage financings, acquisitions and divestitures, development, commercial leases and general commercial law. He represents a broad range of clients including financial institutions, purchasers, vendors, developers, landlords and tenants of commercial real estate properties.

Mitchell joined McMillan as a summer student in 2012 and completed his articles with the firm in 2014.

Mitchell received his BA, with a double major in Political Science and Economics, from the University of British Columbia and his JD from the University of Alberta. Before law school, Mitchell gained business experience working at a large Canadian oil and gas company and at a Canadian national railway.

Publications

Solar Energy Incentives in Alberta: It's Just the Beginning
Assigning Contracts in Canadian Insolvency Proceedings
Assigning Contracts in Canadian Insolvency Proceedings

Education

  • University of Alberta, JD - 2013
  • University of British Columbia, BA (Economics & Political Science) - 2010

Year Of Call

  • Called to the Alberta bar - 2014

Practices

commercial real estate
financial services
business law
real estate financing
real estate acquisitions and divestitures
leasing
development

Industries

banking
corporate real estate
renewables

Mitchell is an associate in the firm's Commercial Real Estate Group and Business Law Group. His developing practice encompasses a wide range of commercial real estate and business law matters including secured and unsecured financings, mortgage financings, acquisitions and divestitures, development, commercial leases and general commercial law. He represents a broad range of clients including financial institutions, purchasers, vendors, developers, landlords and tenants of commercial real estate properties.

Mitchell joined McMillan as a summer student in 2012 and completed his articles with the firm in 2014.

Mitchell received his BA, with a double major in Political Science and Economics, from the University of British Columbia and his JD from the University of Alberta. Before law school, Mitchell gained business experience working at a large Canadian oil and gas company and at a Canadian national railway.

August 29, 2014
Assigning Contracts in Canadian Insolvency Proceedings
Commercial Insolvency Reporter
Reproduced with permission of the publisher LexisNexis Canada Inc. from Commercial Insolvency Reporter, Vol. 26, No. 6, August 2014
July 2014
Assigning Contracts in Canadian Insolvency Proceedings
Restructuring and Insolvency Bulletin