Joshua Dorchak


Joshua Dorchak advises financial institutions and other businesses—often as creditors of troubled companies—and represents these clients in complex litigation in state, federal, and bankruptcy courts. Josh has experience defending bankruptcy avoidance claims, including in the landmark Enron and Quebecor safe harbor cases and the Lehman Brothers “waterfall flip” case. Josh advises and litigates on behalf of clients in matters involving derivatives and other financial contracts; contracts for goods or services; tortious interference, fraud, and other commercial torts; leveraged leases; and corporate governance disputes. He also represents dealers and buyers in bankruptcy claims trades and other transactions concerning distressed companies.