Kayla represents debtors, creditors, committees and other interested parties in bankruptcy, including national Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. She also advises companies and boards of directors on pre-bankruptcy contingency planning, working to develop out of court solutions while also laying the necessary foundation to a successful bankruptcy proceeding if necessary.
Her experience includes advising chapter 11 debtors in the agribusiness, real estate, for-profit college, finance and manufacturing industries. She also represents clients in defending avoidance actions, advising on debtor-in-possession credit facilities, and working with potential buyers in navigating the 363-sale process.
Kayla represents creditors in developing workout, reorganization or liquidation strategies designed to maximize recoveries while minimizing risk. Her depth of experience in creditors’ rights matters allows her to bring practical strategies to her clients and to know when litigation is needed or when an out-of-court solution presents the best outcome for her client.
Commercial and Sale Transactions
Kayla has specific experience in managing distressed sale transactions, including navigating the unique issues and exigencies presented by a seller’s insolvency and building consensus among multiple constituencies.
She also represents clients in the agribusiness, automotive, manufacturing, and professional services industries in the preparation and negotiation of commercial contracts.