Emily C. Keil focuses her practice on corporate restructuring and insolvency matters. Emily has experience assisting with debtor and creditor representations involving both in- and out-of-court restructuring efforts.
While in law school, Emily was an articles editor for The AIPLA Quarterly Journal. She also served as a judicial intern in the D.C. Federal District Court for the Honorable Judge Rudolph Contreras and in the D.C. Superior Court for the Honorable Judge Heidi M. Pasichow.
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.
Legal 500 USA, Recommended Lawyer, 2022
American Bar Association, member
National Association of Women Lawyers, member
George Washington, University Law School, JD, Order of the Coif, 2018
University of Denver, BA, magna cum laude, 2015
US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
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