Ted Austin Dillman represents debtors, creditors, private equity sponsors, investment funds, and buyers in corporate restructuring, distressed M&A, and out-of-court workouts, as well as special situations finance and corporate matters. Mr. Dillman serves as Vice Chair of the firm's Retail & Consumer Products Industry Group.
Mr. Dillman regularly helps clients navigate large-scale corporate bankruptcies, cross-border restructurings, and a variety of special situations transactions across industries. He also represents hedge funds, private equity funds, direct lenders, and strategic buyers in a wide range of challenged M&A and finance matters.
Mr. Dillman is a past president of the Financial Lawyers Conference and a member of its Board of Governors. He often writes and speaks on intellectual property, M&A, and finance-related issues, including:
- Co-author “Intellectually Bankrupt?: The Comprehensive Guide to Navigating IP Issues in Chapter 11,” published by ABI Law Review
- Co-author of the Model Asset Purchase Agreement for Bankruptcy Sales published by the ABA
- Co-author of the debtor-in-possession financing chapter of Reorganizing Failing Businesses, published by the ABA
Mr. Dillman is consistently acknowledged for his excellence. He is recognized by Chambers USA for his Bankruptcy/Restructuring work in California and named a 2021 Rising Star in the Bankruptcy industry by Law360.