Teresa K.D. Currier

Terri Currier concentrates her practice on all aspects of Chapter 11 bankruptcy and insolvency counseling, including out of court restructurings and workouts and federal court litigation in the Delaware court system. Terri recently first-chaired a bankruptcy appeal to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals sitting in San Francisco. She also routinely advises clients on Uniform Commercial Code issues. Additionally, Terri supervises the firm's Social Media Guidelines and assists clients creating their own internal policies governing social media. Prior to joining Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, Terri served as in-house counsel to Marine Midland Business Loans, Inc., a middle-market asset based lender.


Bankruptcy Appeals

  • First-chaired a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals bankruptcy appeal arising from a Section 363 sale dispute
  • Participated in Third Circuit appeals of plan issues in the WRGrace bankruptcy proceeding
  • Represented Section 363 buyers in appeals to the United States District Court for the District of Delaware and the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the Ninth Circuit

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Representations: Debtor work

  • Represented the debtor in Universal Building Products, a Chapter 11 reorganization of a manufacturer of cement and cement-related building products

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Representations: Committee work

  • Represented the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in the RG Steel bankruptcy proceeding
  • Represented the Official Committee of Equity Security Holders in the WRGrace bankruptcy proceeding
  • Represented the Official Committee of Equity Security Holders of General Growth Properties with respect to its claims work and the claims objection and resolution process
  • Represented the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in the KLCG bankruptcy proceeding

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Representations: Creditor work

  • Represented a major insurer in the Chapter 11 reorganization of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington, Delaware
  • Represented a secured creditor in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding of Townsend Farms
  • Represented a contract party in its disputes in the Solyndra bankruptcy proceeding
  • Represented a manufacturer of catalysts in its contract disputes with GM and its bankruptcy estate

Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Representations: Section 363 Sales

  • Represented the University of Delaware in its acquisition of a mothballed auto manufacturing facility from the Chrysler bankruptcy proceeding
  • Represented a real estate investor in several Bankruptcy Code Section 363 acquisitions from the Opus East bankruptcy proceeding
  • Represented a buyer in a Bankruptcy Code Section 363 asset acquisition from the Flying J bankruptcy proceeding

Workouts, Restructurings and Receiverships

  • Represented a hotel chain involved in workout negotiations with its creditors
  • Represented an intellectual property enterprise involved in a restructuring of debts owed to creditors 
  • Represented a court-appointed Receiver handling the day to day management of assets and completion of projects for a construction company debtor
  • Represented a consortium of real estate developers engaged in workouts with their lenders

Federal Court Litigation in Delaware

  • Represented one of America’s largest big box retailers in federal court litigation pending in Delaware  

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