Mark Mintz is a partner in the Litigation Practice Group, where he advises creditors’ committees and other clients on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights issues.
Mark leads Jones Walker’s bankruptcy and creditors’ rights team and represents clients in a wide range of creditor and debtor rights matters, with a particular focus on creditors’ committees. Among his notable engagements, Mark advised a client involved in the bankruptcy of a Houston-based oil exploration and production (E&P) company that, at the time, was the largest bankruptcy filing in the United States. In addition to his work on behalf of creditors’ committees, Mark counsels secured and unsecured creditors, bankruptcy trustees, lenders, private equity groups, portfolio companies, debtors, and other parties in Chapter 7 and 11 bankruptcies, workouts, restructurings, and reorganizations and in related litigation.
Mark has advised numerous clients in the oil and gas, energy, natural resources, and maritime industries. He is also regularly retained by banks, international manufacturers, restaurant chains, health systems and hospitals, and other clients in cases across the country, including in Texas, Michigan, and several other states.
Drawing on his comprehensive knowledge of bankruptcy law and his national experience with the bankruptcy courts that oversee these matters, Mark provides focused counsel at every step. He regularly helps clients develop proactive strategies to address the financial distress of business partners. He also serves as committee counsel representing the interests of key committee members.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Mark A. Mintz