Schuyler G. Carroll
Schuyler Carroll focuses his practice on complex restructuring, transactional, litigation and advisory work. He has represented clients from a wide variety of industries in Chapter 11 and 7 bankruptcy proceedings, out of court workouts and non-judicial reorganizations and restructurings. He is particularly skilled in counseling parties on potential bankruptcy issues related to nonbankruptcy transactions. Schuyler also often represents buyers and sellers of distressed debt and equity and has extensive experience in representing acquirers of assets of insolvent and bankrupt companies. He also has extensive experience in enforcement of creditors’ rights, and creditors’ rights state and federal court litigation.
Sean Connery represents corporate trust companies and departments of major banking institutions. He has represented corporate trust clients in a wide range of front-end transactions. Sean’s experience also includes representing corporate trust clients in their capacity as indenture trustee or agent in connection with bond and loan default scenarios and complex chapter 11 and 7 bankruptcy proceedings. He has also developed a particular focus on advising trustees in connection with various issues arising under collateralized debt obligations, financial derivatives and structured finance transactions as a result of the recent financial crisis.
Shan A. Haider
Shan Haider’s practice is focused on distress, insolvency, litigation and restructuring related matters, with a particular emphasis in securitizations. He has represented a variety of clients, from hedge funds, trustees, venture capital firms, and technology companies of varying sizes. His securitization work has included CDO indenture related litigation, RMBS securities law related litigation, RMBS re-purchase/putback litigation. In addition, Shan has earned an LL.M. degree in bankruptcy, was selected as judicial law clerk for Bankruptcy Court of the District of Delaware during the financial crisis, and currently participates in the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s (NREL) Solar Access to Public Capital (SAPC) working group.
Tina N. Moss
Tina Moss has nearly 20 years of experience in bankruptcy, corporate restructuring and related litigation. Tina represents key stakeholders in all aspects of chapter 11 and chapter 7 proceedings. She has litigated numerous bankruptcy and insolvency related issues. An important focus of Tina’s practice is the representation of corporate trust companies and the corporate trust departments of major banking institutions in their capacity as indenture trustee or agent in connection with bond and loan facility defaults. Tina has extensive experience in counseling financial institutions acting as indenture trustees or agents in complex restructuring and liquidation scenarios.
Christopher J. Ryan
Chris Ryan concentrates his practice on fixed-income transactions, representing commercial institutions in their capacities as issuers, underwriters, trustees, collateral agents, servicers, and other agents. Chris’s practice has a primary focus on structured finance and securitization transactions encompassing a broad range of asset types, but his proficiencies extend to other issuances of secured and unsecured debt. Chris has additional experience representing financial institutions as indenture trustees in connection with restructurings and default workouts.
Ronald T. Sarubbi
Ronald Sarubbi is the leader of the firm’s corporate trust practice and he represents the corporate trust departments of banking institutions in their roles as an indenture trustee, collateral agent, escrow agent, administrative agent or other agent in both domestic and cross border debt capital market transactions and defaulted debt restructurings. Ronald frequently lectures to groups of trust professionals on various corporate trust topics.
Barry G. Stratford
Barry G. Stratford represents companies in a variety of general commercial litigation matters. Barry’s practice ranges from traditional complex commercial and business litigation to securities, ERISA, and class action labor and employment litigation. He also has experience in a variety of Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. Barry also maintains a robust pro bono practice.