TEL: 302-651-2004 / MOBILE: 302-388-1368 / FAX: 302-574-2104 / preilley@coleschotz.comLegal Practice Assistant: Rachel Deely TEL: 302-652-3131 ext. 2502  

Patrick Reilley is a member in the Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring Department. He provides counsel in corporate restructuring matters, representing debtors, creditors' committees and parties in adversary proceedings. Known as a straight shooter, Patrick’s clients call him very responsive, easy to work with and insightful. Patrick represents businesses across a number of industries, including automotive, retail, and manufacturing.

Patrick has served as lead or co-counsel to debtors or Chapter 11 trustees in a number of complex bankruptcy cases including:

  • Alternative Distribution Systems
  • BNA Subsidiaries
  • Cadence Innovation
  • Fedders North America
  • Fresh & Easy, LLC
  • Foothills Resources
  • JGW Holdco
  • Money Centers of America, Inc.
  • Nirvanix, Inc.
  • Pitt Penn Holdings, Inc.
  • Ritz Camera
  • TW, Inc.
  • Tribune Company
  • Waste2Energy Holdings, Inc.

Patrick’s committee representations in Chapter 11 proceedings include:

  • Allied Nevada Gold Corporation
  • CFM U.S. Corporation
  • Drug Fair Group
  • Entelos
  • Global Safety Textiles Holdings
  • Linens-N-Things
  • Magnum Hunter Resources
  • Real Mex Restaurants
  • UCI International

Professional Activities

  • American Bar Association
  • Delaware Bar Association
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Delaware Bankruptcy Inn of Court
  • American Bankruptcy Institute

Patrick has been recognized as a leading bankruptcy lawyer by Chambers USA, America’s Leading Lawyers For Business.  No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.  See Award Methodology.

Patrick is admitted to practice in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

He earned his B.A. from Bucknell University and his J.D. from Boston University School of Law.



Boston University School of Law, J.D., 2002,
 Dean’s Award in Consumer Law

Bucknell University, B.A., 1999

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