Zachary Proulx is a litigator who represents clients in complex commercial disputes and insolvency-related matters.
Mr. Proulx handles financial institution litigation, insolvency litigation, and other high-stakes commercial disputes in state and federal courts. He advises clients across a broad range of industries and at all stages of civil litigation.
In the complex commercial space, Mr. Proulx frequently counsels leading companies, financial institutions, and individuals in connection with:
- Breach of contract disputes
- Lender liability and credit disputes
- Fraudulent transfer claims
- Fiduciary duty claims
- Other complex business torts
He has extensive experience in contested bankruptcy court proceedings and associated litigation. His clients in restructuring-related litigation include debtors, creditors, ad hoc lender groups, estate fiduciaries, and other stakeholders.
Mr. Proulx also maintains an active pro bono practice, focusing on immigration matters. He currently serves on the firm’s Training & Career Enhancement (TACE) Committee, which develops and oversees in-house training programs for associates.
Prior to joining Latham, Mr. Proulx clerked for Judge Christopher C. Conner of the US District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. While at the University of Michigan Law School, Mr. Proulx served as an executive editor of the Michigan Law Review and received the Craig Spangenberg Oral Advocacy Award.