Daniel M. Simon represents public and private companies, secured and unsecured creditors, acquirers of distressed assets, and investors in all aspects of corporate restructuring transactions. He represents a diverse range of clients spanning numerous industries in complex and contentious bankruptcy cases.
Daniel regularly helps clients navigate large-scale, complex, corporate bankruptcies, cross-border restructurings and a variety of special distressed transactions across industries.
Daniel regularly lectures and publishes articles on restructuring topics, and has led several seminars held by leading industry organizations, including Turnaround Management Association. While in law school, Daniel served on the Duke Law Journal.
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