Robinson+Cole has announced expansion of its bankruptcy capabilities with the addition of five lawyers, including three partners, and the opening of new offices in Wilmington and Philadelphia.
Natalie D. Ramsey, Mark A. Fink and Davis Lee Wright, all formerly with Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP, have joined Robinson+Cole as partners.
“This is a very exciting time at Robinson+Cole,” said Stephen E. Goldman, the firm’s managing partner. “The expansion of our bankruptcy practice into larger financial markets has been an important part of our long term strategic plan for some time, and the opportunity to add such an accomplished and well-recognized bankruptcy team in strategic geographies, including our rapidly expanding office in New York, is a real home run for us.”
Natalie Ramsey has practiced in the areas of bankruptcy and corporate reorganizations for more than three decades. She will serve as a chair of the firm’s Bankruptcy Practice Group, together with Michael R. Enright and Patrick M. Birney, the current co-chairs of the group, and will be resident in the firm’s new Wilmington and Philadelphia offices.
“I am extraordinarily impressed with Robinson+Cole’s lawyers, its collaborative approach, and its strong leadership,” said Ms. Ramsey. “I have known Robinson+Cole’s existing bankruptcy team for many years, and have served with them as co-counsel in several complex cases. They are wonderful lawyers and wonderful people, and I look forward with great anticipation to working with them as my partners.”
Mark Fink focuses his practice on bankruptcy and restructuring matters. He has assisted investors in their acquisition of distressed assets, and has extensive experience representing creditors’ committees, debtors, special servicers, banks, indenture trustees, individual creditors and liquidating trustees in bankruptcy proceedings and out-of-court workouts. She will be resident in the firm’s New York office.
Davis Wright’s practice is focused on bankruptcy-related litigation. He has represented secured and unsecured creditors, creditors’ committees, committee members, trustees and debtors in numerous proceedings under Chapter 7, 11, and 15 of the Bankruptcy Code. In addition, he has represented public and private companies in all aspects of their restructuring efforts, including out-of-court work-outs, “prepackaged” bankruptcies, and other types of reorganizations. He will be resident in the firm’s new office in Wilmington.