Kevin J. Walsh advises debtors and creditors on bankruptcy and commercial law matters, including restructurings, workouts, and commercial financing transactions, as well as the negotiation and documentation of commercial loans and credits. Kevin represents trustees, financial institutions, bondholders, insurers, and other parties in bankruptcy cases in courts around the country. He also handles out-of-court workouts and receivership matters and counsels clients on bankruptcy and other distressed sales (both buyer and seller perspectives), recharacterization of equity and equitable subordination, negotiating credit agreements, and enforcing guaranties.
Lenders and borrowers turn to Kevin for guidance on working capital and asset-based financings, as well as acquisition loans, syndicated credit facilities, and debtor-in-possession financings. He regularly advises corporate boards on fiduciary duty issues around insolvency.
- Bankruptcy matters
- Bankruptcy cases involving municipal bonds
- Debtor in Possession representations
- Representation of acquirers of assets out of bankruptcy cases
- Commercial finance transactions
- Borrower representations
- Lender representations