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Jeff has extensive experience advising corporate clients on bankruptcy/restructuring and litigation matters.
His practice focuses on the representation of debtors, committees, creditors, and other parties in interest in proceedings under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. Jeff counsels on all aspects of bankruptcy, from negotiating asset dispositions, lending liens, employee programs, and compliance issues to litigating all phases of distressed debt proceedings. He drafts and negotiates reorganization/liquidation plans, debtor-in-possession financing orders, nondisclosure and asset purchase agreements, and transaction terms with secured and unsecured creditors.
Jeff also represents corporate plaintiffs and defendants in complex litigation matters, particularly in connection with commercial and employment disputes. National banks, financial services companies, and Fortune 500 companies rely on his analysis of business operations and financial performance to mitigate and manage risks and to determine the existence of potential litigation claims. He also has experience in adversary litigation, including clawback and fraudulent transfer litigation.
His pro bono work includes representing indigent clients in preparing bankruptcy petitions.