Liz Boydston focuses her practice on complex Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, adversary proceedings, fraudulent transfers, preference litigation, 363 sales, receiverships, and workouts throughout the United States. Liz represents for-profit and non-profit hospitals, municipalities, senior housing centers, health care providers, public oil and gas development companies, refining and fuel-marketing corporations, offshore drilling and exploration companies, financial institutions, independent contractors, and large multinational and multi-subsidiary corporations in complex restructuring and insolvency matters.
Liz has extensive Ponzi Scheme defense litigation experience and has defended investors in schemes valuing up to $3.6 billion. Her experience in non-bankruptcy transactional and litigation in both state and federal courts allows her to understand all sides of the law. She has also served as a law clerk to Chief Bankruptcy Judge Bill Parker, United State Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Texas (2007-2009).
Articles in the National Law Review database by Liz Boydston