Alex Eisenberg

Alex Eisenberg


Alex Eisenberg
Contact Information

Alex Eisenberg


T 416.865.6668

F 416.865.6636



University of Windsor LL.B., 2006
University of Detroit Mercy J.D. (Cum Laude), 2006
University of Toronto B.A. (Hons), 2003
Bar Admission

New York, 2008
Ontario, 2007
About Gardiner Roberts LLP

For over 100 years, Gardiner Roberts has combined the benefits of a full-service law firm with the dexterity of a mid-sized one. Our focused, cross-disciplinary, one-team approach and commitment to understand your business joins our relevant expertise, immediacy and dedication to providing client-centric, hands-on service. 100% Canadian and fully independent, we offer a level of overall efficiency and cost-effectiveness that larger firms can't touch. Resisting "cookie-cutter" law, Gardiner Roberts has built its name - one rewarding client relationship at a time.

Executive Summary

Alex is a lawyer in the Business Law Group and the Financial Services Group and advises clients on a broad range of corporate, commercial and financing matters, including mergers and acquisitions, secured lending, corporate finance and general corporate/commercial matters.

Prior to joining Gardiner Roberts, Alex articled and practiced as an associate at a preeminent national law firm spending time in both the Toronto and New York offices.


Representative Work
  • Acted for the vendors in a sale of all of the issued and outstanding shares of a Toronto software company to a fortune 100 purchaser for approximately, $25,000,000
  • Acted for largest Canadian KFC franchisee in the purchase of certain assets from a former publicly traded company through CCAA proceedings for approximately, $40,000,000
  • Acted for largest Canadian KFC franchisee as borrower, in connection with senior secured operating, term  and capital expenditure facilities in excess of $50 million dollars provided by a Schedule I Bank including various amendments and increases to credit facilities
  • Acted for borrower in connection with demand operating facilities, term loans, foreign exchange forward contracts and credit cards in excess of $24,000,000 provided by Schedule I bank to purchase all of the partnership units of a large carpet and tile supply and installation partnership
  • Acted for borrower in connection with revolving and term debt financing provided by a US bank, including issuance by borrower of warrants to the US bank
  • Acted on behalf of various Schedule I banks in connection with loans ranging from $1,000,000 to $30,000,000
Articles and Presentations
  • Co-author of the Business Law Program, Ryerson LPP

My Blog
  • Best Lawyers in Canada 2021 - 2024 Banking and Finance Law
Professional Involvement
  • Law Society of Ontario
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • The New York State Bar Association