Marcus A. Helt focuses his practice on restructuring and insolvency matters, emphasizing bankruptcy, corporate restructuring, workouts, creditors’ rights and commercial litigation. Marcus typically represents borrower clients, buyers and other interested parties in all industries, especially healthcare (including all types of providers), retail, food and beverage, energy, manufacturing, distribution and franchise.
Marcus represents corporate, partnership and LLC debtors, trustees, creditor committees, private equity funds, family offices and hedge funds in workouts, change-of-control transactions and complex Chapter 11 reorganizations, including pre-packaged or pre-negotiated transactions and related complex commercial litigation.
Marcus has extensive experience representing and acting as an SEC or state-court receiver in fraud and business-divorce cases. Marcus has also been involved in several high-profile Ponzi-scheme and Ponzi-scheme-like cases.
Saint Louis University School of Law, JD, magna cum laude, Order of the Woolsack, Dean’s Scholar, 2000
Missouri State University, BS, magna cum laude, Golden Key International Honor Society, 1995
Courts / Agencies
Texas State Courts
US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas
US District Court for the Northern District of Texas
US District Court for the Southern District of Texas
US District Court for the Western District of Texas
Kansas State Courts
US District Court for the District of Kansas
Missouri State Courts
US District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri
US District Court for the Western District of Missouri
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