Jennifer Feldsher's primary area of practice is corporate restructuring and insolvency law. She represents interested parties in bankruptcy proceedings and complex corporate debt restructurings, as well as advising special situations investment firms on all aspects of their investments and acquisitions.
Jennifer has experience representing troubled corporate debtors, acquirers of troubled companies, creditors' committees and special creditors in a variety of in-court and out-of-court reorganizations, asset sales, loan restructurings and commercial loan transactions. She has directed all aspects of the bankruptcy process, including contested plan confirmation hearings, contested relief from stay and cash collateral hearings, DIP loan negotiations and related hearings and fraudulent conveyance and preference litigation. In addition, Jennifer is routinely called upon to advise directors, managers and creditors, as well as institutional investors, on zone of insolvency issues and fiduciary duties.
She has acted as counsel to companies involved in restructurings in the telecommunications, technology, healthcare, airline, automotive and financial services industries. She has worked on such matters as the chapter 11 proceedings of Boston Generating, Foamex, Greektown Holdings, Nortel, Asarco, Adelphia, Oneida, Global Crossing, G-I Holdings, Impath, Avianca, Rhythms NetConnections, EToys, Owens Corning, Victory Lake Nursing Center and RSL.
Recent Notable Matters
Imperial Tobacco Canada Ltd. — representing FTI Consulting Canada Inc. in its capacity as Monitor and Foreign Representative for Imperial Tobacco Canada Ltd. in proceedings under Chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code in aid of the Company’s restructuring in Canada