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Lindsay’s practice focuses on representing creditors' committees, individual creditors, debtors, liquidating trustees, and other interested parties in complex Chapter 11 cases and related adversarial proceedings.
Lindsay has served as a team member in such Chapter 11 matters as the Creditors' Committees for Vital Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (dba Bang Energy), Proterra Inc, Century 21, GNC, Maines Paper & Food Service, the Northwest Company, Fred's Inc., and Murray Metallurgical Coal Holdings. She has also represented plan administrators and liquidating trustees in cases such as Cortlandt Liquidating, LLC, Vitamin Oldco Holdings, Inc., Maines Paper & Food Service, and Fred's Inc., as well as individual creditors in the bankruptcy proceedings of 24 Hour Fitness, Town Sports, Sears, Centric Brands, Rochester Drug Co-Operative, Inc., Gulf Coast Health Care LLC, and Revlon. Lindsay has also represented several securities class action plaintiffs’ interests in various complex Chapter 11 cases.
Prior to joining Lowenstein, Lindsay’s practice centered on representation of fiduciaries and trustees in Chapter 7 bankruptcy matters across a range of industries including fashion, real estate, and finance. Notably, she also represented the SIPA trustee in a high-profile liquidation resulting from a large Ponzi scheme.