Kevin Morse assists clients in navigating their legal options in bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings, from restructuring their organizations under Chapter 11 to winding down operations and liquidating in Chapter 7 cases. Drawing on more than a decade of experience practicing bankruptcy law, Kevin handles insolvency matters across the country — including those involving complex litigation and transactional issues — and for companies in a range of industries, as well as for financial institutions, not-for-profits and individuals. His representations have led to confirmed plans of reorganization, global settlements and dismissals, purchases of distressed assets, judgments of non-dischargeability, and recovery of millions of dollars on behalf of creditors. His work in Chapter 7 cases includes the representation of Chapter 7 trustees in the sale, liquidation, and recovery of assets on behalf of the estate, including through litigation, and the representation of businesses and corporate debtors.
Kevin has handled numerous bankruptcy matters for clients in the food and agriculture industry, and has represented debtors-in-possession, post-confirmation trustees, and unsecured creditors’ committees. The knowledge he has gained about these businesses, including farm operations, grocery stores and franchised family restaurants, also supports his work handling growth-stage investments, trademark litigation and the sale and purchase of businesses in this industry.