Jessica represents debtors, creditors and equity holders in a wide range of business insolvency proceedings, including domestic voluntary bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings, commercial loan restructuring and out-of-court workouts. She also represents clients in bankruptcy litigation involving fraudulent transfers, preferential transfers and fraud actions.
Her experience includes counseling on bankruptcy and insolvency matters involving real estate, including reviewing complex commercial loan documents, title reports and bringdowns; drafting contracts and supporting documentation for the purchase and sale of real property as well as commercial and residential leases; and representing banks and mortgage companies in commercial and consumer receiverships and confession of judgment cases. Jessica also represents local and national banks in litigation and bankruptcy proceedings, including lien avoidance actions, property valuations and secured status determinations.
Following law school, Jessica served as a law clerk to the Honorable Arthur I. Harris of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Ohio.
- "Delaware Bankruptcy Court Limits Issuer's Reimbursement Duty to Indenture Trustee," Thompson Hine Business Restructuring, Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy Update, August 2021
- Co-author, "Tenth Circuit Limits Bankruptcy Protections for Private Student Loans," Thompson Hine Business Litigation Update, September 2020
- “COVID-19’s Impact on Directors’ Fiduciary Duties to Distressed Companies,” Thompson Hine COVID-19 Update, June 2020
- Co-author, “COVID-19’s Impact on Directors’ Fiduciary Duties to Distressed Companies,” The New York Law Journal, June 2020
- “Risk Mitigation in Supply Chain Contracts: Critical Vendor, Reclamation and Pipeline Claims,” Thompson Hine COVID-19 Update, May 2020
COVID-19’s Impact on Directors’ Fiduciary Duties to Distressed CompaniesNew York Law Journal
June 05, 2020