Stacy maintains a sophisticated distressed debt practice, representing buyers and sellers of a wide range of special situations investments, including syndicated par and distressed loans, bankruptcy claims, and post-reorganization proceeds. Her clients include hedge funds, broker-dealers, and special situation investors of all sizes that focus on alternative investments across a diverse group of industries.

Leveraging her unique background in transactional corporate law, Stacy has over 15 years of experience dedicated to counseling clients on all aspects of distressed debt and claims trading transactions. Working closely with her clients from the pre-trade diligence phase through closing, Stacy assists with analysis of credit agreements, trading and collateral issues, and bankruptcy case and claim information. She regularly advises her sophisticated client base on the applicability of restructuring support and forbearance agreements and the transferability of post-reorganization assets, including restructured debt, and unregistered or Plan equity.

Advising both buy-side and sell-side clients in her distressed debt practice, Stacy collaborates with the firm’s bankruptcy and restructuring lawyers to offer the most informed counsel on complex restructuring, credit, and liquidity issues.

Before joining Glenn Agre Bergman & Fuentes, Stacy was counsel at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP. She is an active member of the Loan Syndication and Trading Association and serves on the LSTA Trade Practices and Forms Committee.

  • An ad hoc group of non-RSA secured lenders, in the Chapter 11 cases of Cineworld Group PLC.  
  • An ad hoc group of unsecured noteholders of Endo International plc and its affiliates in their Chapter 11 proceedings.
  • An ad hoc group of lenders of Avaya Inc. as litigation counsel.


  • Hofstra School of Law, J.D., Law Review Editor
  • Hofstra University, B.A.


  • State Bar of New York