Good Named to Benchmark Litigation’s 2021 “40 and Under Hot List”

July 22, 2021
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Katie Good, the head of Potter Anderson’s bankruptcy team, has again been named to Benchmark Litigation’s “40 and Under Hot List.” The new edition highlights lawyers, all aged 40 or younger, who have been deemed the most promising emerging talent in their respective litigation communities in the U.S. by peers and clients.

Good focuses her practice on corporate restructuring, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights. She regularly represents debtors, secured lenders, committees, asset purchasers, liquidation trusts, and other parties in chapter 11 cases, as well as foreign representatives and other parties in chapter 15 ancillary proceedings. She regularly litigates in bankruptcy court as well as in appeals before federal district courts and courts of appeals. Katie has also represented companies in successful out of court restructurings and pre-packaged and pre-arranged bankruptcy cases. In addition, she has substantial experience with substantive non-consolidation opinions for structured finance transactions.

For more information, visit Benchmark Litigation’s website.

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