Zachary J. Esposito focuses his practice on corporate transactional matters, particularly in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. He advises clients in all aspects of bankruptcy cases including, preparing petitions, developing objections and responses, memorializing agreements among key parties, and more. Zach also assists corporate clients in developing contract language to protect interests in the event of a bankruptcy filing by contract counterparties.
Represented Quorum Health Corporation, the leading operator of rural, general acute care hospitals and outpatient services in the United States, in its pre-packaged Chapter 11 cases involving the restructuring of approximately $1.5 billion of funded debt. The successful restructuring took place during the Covid-19 pandemic and ultimately resulted in the successful deleveraging of Quorum’s balance sheet by approximately $500 million.
University of Chicago Law School, JD, honors, 2017
University of Michigan, BA, highest distinction, Phi Beta Kappa, 2014
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