Jennifer Feldsher focuses her practice on corporate restructuring and insolvency law. She represents interested parties in bankruptcy proceedings and complex corporate debt restructurings with an emphasis on the representation of secured creditors, special situations investment funds, ad hoc groups, and acquirers of assets in all aspects of distressed situations. Jennifer also has experience representing troubled corporate debtors in in-court and out-of-court reorganizations, asset sales, loan restructurings, and commercial loan transactions.
Jennifer has directed all aspects of the bankruptcy process for debtors and creditors, including contested plan confirmation hearings, contested relief from stay and cash collateral hearings, and DIP loan negotiations and related hearings. In addition, Jennifer is routinely called on to advise directors, managers, creditors, and institutional investors on zone of insolvency issues and fiduciary duties.
She has acted as counsel to companies involved in many of the largest restructurings, including in the energy, retail, telecommunications, technology, healthcare, airline, automotive, gaming, and financial services industries.
Before joining Morgan Lewis, Jennifer was a partner at a major international law firm.
Represents FTI Consulting Canada Inc. in its capacity as monitor and foreign representative for Imperial Tobacco Canada Ltd. in proceedings under Chapter 15 of the US Bankruptcy Code
Represented Eastern Outfitters, one of the only sports retailers to successfully restructure under Chapter 11, as debtors’ counsel
Represented members of the ad hoc group of equityholders and their investment vehicle in connection with the purchase of the largest collection of artifacts from the RMS Titanic pursuant to a Section 363 sale
Represented the syndicate agent and senior lenders in the bankruptcy of Triangle Petroleum
Represented the syndicate agent and senior lenders in the bankruptcy of Bonanza Creek
Advised Energy & Exploration Partners as debtors’ counsel
Represented a large private investment fund and second lien lender in the bankruptcy of Boston Generating
Represented the single largest bondholder in the Nortel Chapter 11 case
Represented Wells Fargo, as administrative agent, in a new revolving credit facility for Diamond Offshore Drilling Inc., a publicly traded offshore drilling company
Georgetown University Law Center, 2000, J.D.
Columbia University, 1997, B.A.
Supreme Court of the United States
Awards and Affiliations
Recognized, Corporate Restructuring, The Legal 500 US (2018)