In our third installment of “They’ve Got Next,” our series highlighting young lawyers on the rise, we spotlight five young lawyers to know in the world of bankruptcy: Vincent Indelicato of Proskauer Rose; Steven Serajeddini of Kirkland & Ellis; Candace Arthur of Weil Gotshal; Kelli Norfleet of Haynes and Boone; and Justin Alberto of Cole Schotz.
Tracking the achievements of these young bankruptcy lawyers takes us around the nation. Among their feats: guiding a well-known, New York-based retailer through a successful restructuring in just four months, representing a Los Angeles Major League Baseball team after it filed for bankruptcy and guiding the reorganization of an Oklahoma oil and gas company. One lawyer has been noted as one of Texas’ busiest bankruptcy lawyers, by case assignment. And another, based in Delaware, has represented opiod claimaints and creditors’ committees in pharmaceutical company bankruptcies, Bloomberg Law’s Leslie Pappas and Alex Wolf report.
“At the end of the day you’re a problem-solver,” Weil Gotshal’s Candace Arthur told Pappas. “I try not to make things black and white because I don’t think the bankruptcy code is black and white.”
Want to know more? Check out the stories of “They’ve Got Next: Five Fresh Faces to Know in Bankruptcy” below. You’ll find each piece by clicking on the lawyers’ names.
“They’ve Got Next: Five Fresh Faces to Know in Bankruptcy”
- Vincent Indelicato, Proskauer Rose
- Steven Serajeddini, Kirkland & Ellis
- Candace Arthur, Weil, Gotshal & Manges
- Kelli Norfleet, Haynes and Boone
- Justin Alberto, Cole Schotz
You can also check out previous “They’ve Got Next” series installments in labor and employment and intellectual property here and here. Then join us again in January and February as we kick off 2021 spotlighting young lawyers in tax and environmental law.
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