Gilhuly, Peter M.

Peter M. Gilhuly

Retired Partner

Peter Gilhuly retired from the partnership on August 31, 2022. A nationally recognized practitioner, he has helped debtors and creditors navigate complex insolvencies, distressed situations, and strategic transactions. As former Global Co-Chair of the Restructuring & Special Situations Practice, he has brought over three decades of experience to all his matters.

Mr. Gilhuly regularly represented debtors, buyers, hedge funds, private equity funds, first- and second-lien holders, creditors’ committees, boards of directors, and distressed law firms on a full complement of insolvency issues.

He has led teams that have successfully restructured billions of dollars in debt.

Mr. Gilhuly has regularly spoken and written on insolvency topics, including at Stanford University School of Engineering, Harvard Business School, and UCLA Anderson School of Management and School of Law.

In addition to his commercial work, Mr. Gilhuly has served in a number of senior management roles at the firm. From 2018-2020, he chaired the committee responsible for strategic compensation and promotion decisions related to all Latham associates.

Accolades

Leading publications, including Chambers USA, The Legal 500 US, and The Deal’s Bankruptcy Insider have consistently ranked Mr. Gilhuly as a top bankruptcy lawyer, citing clients’ praise for his negotiating and problem-solving skills. He was inducted into the American College of Bankruptcy in 2008.

Bar Qualification

  • California

Education

  • JD, Harvard Law School, 1990
  • BA, Wesleyan University, 1983