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Myles is an experienced bankruptcy litigator who has represented debtors, court-appointed committees, secured creditors, trade creditors, and post-confirmation litigation trustees in a wide range of contested matters and adversary proceedings.
He has provided counsel to parties in the financial services, energy, firearms, food and beverage, and pharmaceutical industries. As a litigator, Myles has repeatedly secured favorable outcomes for his clients, including winning motions for the dismissal of a bad faith Chapter 11 filing and for the reconsideration of a court’s sua sponte appointment of a Chapter 11 trustee. He has also managed the investigation of complex intentional fraudulent transfer claims and negotiated settlements in dozens of avoidance action adversaries.
Prior to entering private practice, Myles clerked for the Hon. Chief Judge Christopher S. Sontchi of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. Before joining Lowenstein in the summer of 2019, Myles was a bankruptcy and restructuring associate at a well-established firm in Wilmington, Delaware.