Frank Bennett founded his own bankruptcy law firm, Bennett & Company in Toronto, Canada. Frank provides senior counsel to other law firms in Ontario and Canada. His practice focuses on creditor and debtor law, asset protection, enforcement of judgments, receivership, bankruptcy and restructuring. He advises and litigates for debtors, creditors, trustees and monitors.

For many years, he was the Head of Section and Lecturer for the Ontario Bar Admission Course on Creditors’ and Debtors’ Rights and Remedies, Lecturer in other Bar Admission Courses including Family Law and Real Estate, the past Chair of the both the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Section of the Canadian Bar Association, National and Ontario, a veteran council member of the Ontario Bar Association and member of several committees, a former member of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Advisory Committee to Industry Canada, a frequent lecturer and author of several books and articles on creditor and debtor topics. He has received several honours from the Law Society and from the Bar Associations.


SpecialityBankruptcy, Receivership and Insolvency Law
DegreesB.A., LL.B., LL.M., L.S.M.
MembershipsLSUC, CBA, OBA, Toronto Lawyers Association, Canadian Insolvency Association
AwardsLaw Society Medal 1995; OBA Distinguished Service Award, 2005; CBA National Insolvency Award, 2001