Cole Schotz P.C. is pleased to announce that Stacy Newman has joined the firm’s Delaware office as a member in the firm’s Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring practice. Ms. Newman focuses her practice on corporate bankruptcy, business restructuring including litigation, and other insolvency matters.
“Stacy’s leadership and background counseling clients and litigating in Delaware will be a tremendous addition to the firm,” said Norman Pernick, Co-Chair of the Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring Department and founding managing member of the Delaware office. “We are excited to utilize her impressive experience to bolster our team and provide the highest quality service to our clients.”
Ms. Newman represents a broad variety of clients in corporate bankruptcy proceedings, including debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, creditors’ committees, equity committees, and chapter 7 trustees. She also represents clients in corporate and commercial litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery and Superior Court of Delaware.
“I am excited to join such a talented and outstanding group of attorneys,” said Ms. Newman. “The breadth of Cole Schotz’s client roster and experience with complex and high-profile bankruptcy proceedings is a perfect fit for my practice and I cannot wait to get started.”
Ms. Newman joins from Ashby & Geddes, where she litigated in Delaware state and federal courts on behalf of Fortune 500 companies, directors and officers, financial institutions and Chapter 7 Trustees. She was previously a law clerk at the Superior Court of Delaware. Ms. Newman received her J.D. from the Albany Law School of Union University and her B.S. in political science from the University of Delaware.
Cole Schotz’s Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring practice works expertly and efficiently on complex in- and out-of-court corporate restructurings, high stakes bankruptcy litigation matters, and state and federal insolvency proceedings. The attorneys serve clients in various roles of bankruptcy proceedings, including asset purchasers, bankruptcy professionals, bond issuers, court-appointed trustees, creditors’ and other statutory committees, debtors, directors, equity holders, examiners, indenture trustees, institutional creditors, plan sponsors, secured parties, lessors and contract parties, and venture capitalists.