Kevin is an accomplished bankruptcy attorney whose practice encompasses restructurings, workouts, and commercial financing transactions. He has more than two decades of experience working with debtors and creditors, including bondholders, trustees, financial institutions, and insurers. He represents parties in bankruptcy cases in courts around the country and handles out-of-court workouts and receivership matters. Lenders and borrowers rely on his counsel with regard to working capital and asset-based financings, acquisition loans, syndicated credit facilities, and debtor-in-possession financings. Kevin also advises corporate boards on fiduciary duty issues around insolvency.
Kevin’s practice focuses on all aspects of bankruptcy and commercial law, workouts, restructurings, and commercial lending transactions, including negotiating and documenting commercial loans and credits. For over 20 years, he has represented debtors and creditors, including bondholders, trustees, financial institutions, and insurers. Kevin's experience includes out-of-court workouts, ABCs, receivership, and bankruptcy proceedings in courts and around the country.
His lending experience includes the representation of lenders and borrowers, in matters involving working capital and asset based financings, acquisition loans, syndicated credit facilities, and debtor-in-possession financings. Kevin also advises corporate boards on fiduciary duty issues during and approaching insolvency.
Kevin has written articles and lectured in a variety of legal and business forums, including Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, on various topics related to bankruptcies, restructurings, and commercial lending, including bankruptcy sales (both buyer and seller perspectives), recharacterization of equity and equitable subordination, recognizing bankruptcy risks in second lien lending situations, negotiating credit agreements, and enforcing guaranties. He is the editor of the Distressing Matters blog.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kevin J. Walsh