Andrew is one of the nation’s leading restructuring lawyers and a veteran first-chair trial lawyer. He frequently combines those skills to the benefit of his clients, using litigation as leverage to maximize creditors’ recoveries in bankruptcy proceedings or other contexts. His creative approach to high-stakes disputes has frequently created unexpected value, as in the bankruptcy of Hertz Global, in which he orchestrated an unprecedented deal giving shareholders a payout of $8 per share.
Andrew has been involved in several of the most notable restructurings in recent decades, including those of Puerto Rico and Hertz Global. Beyond his vast experience leading restructuring transactions, he frequently acts as lead counsel in bankruptcy litigation, commercial litigation, and litigation involving issues of corporate governance. He has particular experience representing parties victimized by fraudulent behavior.
At Glenn Agre Bergman & Fuentes, Andrew heads the Bankruptcy and Restructuring group, which advises clients on all matters related to distressed situations, insolvency, and bankruptcy. The group’s matters often involve competing secured and unsecured creditors, complex restructurings, and contested inter-creditor issues.
Before co-founding Glenn Agre, Andrew was a partner at Kasowitz Benson Torres and an associate at Debevoise & Plimpton.
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