Emily is an associate in our Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy group. She represents financial institutions and other creditors in restructuring efforts and transactions, with a concentration on corporate bankruptcies.
I focus my practice on representing companies and financial institutions in a variety of corporate insolvency matters, Chapter 11 restructurings, and related litigations and transactions. I have experience in creditor-side representations in some of the nation’s largest recent bankruptcy proceedings, wherein I help clients navigate all of the complexities and legal risks related to financially troubled companies.
Prior to joining Nixon Peabody, I advised first- and second-lien lenders and global insurance providers in several high-profile restructurings and represented official committees in complex Chapter 11 bankruptcies.
As we collectively navigate a post-pandemic world, the only certainty is the uncertain impact COVID-19 will have on global markets and economies. Given bankruptcies and insolvencies are closely tied to economic market conditions, factors like inflation, supply chain disruptions, and staffing shortages will play a large role in the financial health of a wide range of businesses in the years to com
Boston College Law School, J.D.
Boston College, B.A.
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