Dennis W. Loughlin
Bankruptcy practitioners are dealmakers. And we can litigate. We know how to take apart companies and put them back together (stronger, hopefully). Insolvency law has made me a better – more practical and efficient – corporate attorney as I understand that poor drafting at the beginning of a deal can have disastrous consequences when things go sour later on. It has also shown me that, contrary to what some might think, distress is not always a bad thing, as it can provide opportunities for the creative and entrepreneurial.
Dennis Loughlin focuses his practices on both general corporate law and counseling secured and unsecured creditors across the U.S. in all phases of restructuring and insolvency proceedings, creditors’ rights and commercial disputes. His insolvency experience includes traditional bankruptcy work, but also receiverships and out-of-court loan workouts, and he has particular experience with these issues as they relate to Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities (CMBS). Clients know Dennis to be a problem solver and appreciate his direct and practical approach.