Jeffrey M. Reisner focuses his practice on corporate, litigation and reorganization and bankruptcy matters. He is the co-head of the Firm’s Restructuring and Insolvency Practice Group. With nearly 30 years of restructuring experience, Jeff represents formal and informal creditors’ committees, debtors, acquirers of assets, investors, independent directors, boards of directors, trustees, lenders and unsecured creditors in bankruptcy cases and out-of-court restructurings throughout the US. He also advises boards of directors and individual directors in complex circumstances.
Jeff has transaction experience in a wide range of industries, including defense contractors, automotive and trucking, restaurants and hospitality, convalescent and healthcare, energy, technology, building supply, sporting goods, textiles, lending, distribution, satellites, manufacturing, mortgages, payroll, aerospace, medical testing and devices, entertainment, communications technology, sporting goods and real estate. He is also experienced in counseling clients acquiring or disposing of assets from healthy and troubled companies in both traditional sales and auctions.
Jeff frequently leads boards of corporate investigations in an array of topics including alleged sexual misconduct and corporate and financial malfeasance. He also represents high-level executives in connection with separation, employment and related matters.
Jeff has also represented clients in both state and federal courts throughout the country involving claims of lender liability, avoidance actions, breach of fiduciary duty and other matters.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jeffrey M. Reisner