Brian Rosen is an associate in the New York office of Latham & Watkins. Mr. Rosen is a member of the firm's Finance Department and Restructuring & Special Situations Practice.

Mr. Rosen represents companies, lenders, creditors, shareholders, and other parties across various industries in both in-court and out-of-court restructurings, as well as in other distressed situations.

Mr. Rosen maintains an active pro bono practice, helping low-income entrepreneurs start, grow, and expand their businesses as a member of the leadership team of Latham’s partnership program with NYC Small Business Solutions.

In addition, Mr. Rosen serves as a member of the firm’s Ethics Committee.

Prior to joining Latham full-time, Mr. Rosen was a summer associate in the New York office.

While attending law school, Mr. Rosen served as a student advocate in the Civil Rights Clinic. He also served as a Dean’s Fellow peer mentor and was named a Pro Bono Honors Torchbearer. Mr. Rosen was a staff editor on the Texas Journal of Oil, Gas, and Energy Law

Mr. Rosen's experience includes advising:

  • Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, a branded and generic pharmaceutical manufacturer, in its pre-arranged chapter 11 cases
  • Virgin Orbit Holdings, Inc. and its US subsidiaries (a US-based responsive space launch provider) in their chapter 11 cases in the US Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware in connection with its Section 363 sale process
  • Searchlight Capital Partners in connection with the US$150 million recapitalization and refinancing of MediaMath and its affiliated entities
  • Lucky Brand Dungarees, a provider of denim and casual clothing apparel for men and women, in its chapter 11 cases and going-concern sale transaction
  • Sundance Energy, an onshore independent oil and natural gas company focused on the development of large, repeatable resource plays in North America, in its prepackaged chapter 11 cases to effectuate deleveraging transactions, including a debt-for-equity exchange that will eliminate over US$250 million of funded debt obligation
  • Hi-Crush, a fully integrated provider of proppant logistics solutions, in its chapter 11 restructuring, which included a debt-for-equity swap and rights offering
  • Weatherford International, one of the world’s largest oil and natural gas service companies with more than 25,000 employees, in its prepackaged chapter 11 cases in the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas (along with foreign proceedings in Bermuda and Ireland) involving a restructuring of more than US$8.6 billion in debt
  • Alta Mesa, a leading upstream and midstream oil and gas company with operations in the Anadarko Basin in Oklahoma, in connection with the sale of its assets in a chapter 11 process
  • Paddock Enterprises, an affiliate of a public company, in its chapter 11 proceeding to resolve its legacy asbestos liabilities
  • B2 FIE VIII, in its role as a prepetition and DIP lender in the chapter 11 cases of trucking fleet owner, Comcar Industries, and certain related matters

Bar Qualification

  • New York


  • JD, University of Texas School of Law, 2018
    with honors
  • BA in Government, The University of Texas at Austin, 2015
    with honors, Phi Beta Kappa

Languages Spoken

  • English