Mark D. Bloom is Co-Chair of the firm’s Global Restructuring & Bankruptcy Practice. Mark’s diverse experience, spanning more than 40 years, includes all areas of U.S. and cross-border financial restructuring, reorganization and bankruptcy, involving the representation of debtors, trustees, secured and unsecured creditors, and official committees and purchasers of troubled companies and their assets, both in and out of bankruptcy court.
Mark is the President of the prestigious American College of Bankruptcy, having been inducted as a Fellow in 1998. For more than ten years, he has served the College in a variety of leadership roles, as a Director, Vice President, and as Chair of the American College of Bankruptcy Foundation. Mark has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America since 1993, and is also listed in both the Florida and National listings of the Chambers USA Guide and in the K&A Restructuring Register of America's Top 100 Restructuring Professionals.
Mark was inducted into International Insolvency Institute in 2014, and also has been an active member of INSOL International for 15 years, co-chairing its Annual Conference on International Insolvency in 2012. He has written and published extensively and lectured on five continents for INSOL, ALI-ABA, the International Section of the New York State Bar Association and other organizations, and at the Harvard Business School, on areas of interest to insolvency professionals, particularly including cross-border recognition and international comity and cooperation. He has served on the Editorial Boards of both INSOL World and the International Insolvency Law Review.
- Bankruptcy and reorganization
- Cross-border insolvency
- Distressed company financing and transactions
- Creditor rights litigation
- Corporate trust services