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Glenn Siegel

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Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

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Glenn E. Siegel is a partner in Morgan Lewis’s Business and Finance Practice and co-head of the firm’s Bankruptcy and Restructuring Group. Mr. Siegel has more than 25 years of experience in high-level bankruptcy matters and has advised major stakeholders in numerous bankruptcy cases. His clients include shareholders, bondholders, indenture trustees, creditor committees, secured creditors, debtors, and other participants in bankruptcy and workout matters. Mr. Siegel is a frequent lecturer on issues pertaining to public debt holders, including claims trading, second lien loans, and subordination, and he speaks regularly at the biannual meetings of the American Bankruptcy Institute’s Committee on Public Companies. In addition to his speaking engagements, he also frequently authors and co-authors articles on bankruptcy-related topics and developments. For more information, view Mr. Siegel’s biography at


Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Mr. Siegel was a partner in the bankruptcy practice of another international law firm, resident in New York.


Member, 2014 Law360 Bankruptcy Editorial Advisory Board; Member, New York City Bankruptcy Assistance Project’s Steering Committee; Member, American Bar Association’s Business Reorganization Section and Committee on Trust Indentures; Member, United Jewish Appeal Federation’s Bankruptcy and Reorganization Planning Committee; Member, American Bankruptcy Institute’s Plan Procedure and Structure Advisory Committee; Former Chair, American Bankruptcy Institute’s Committee on Public Companies and Claims Trading (1993–2007); Former Co-Chair, Annual ABI-New York City Bankruptcy Conference (2008–2012)


New York University School of Law, 1984, LL.M. (Corporate Law); Boston University School of Law, 1982, J.D.; Brooklyn College, 1979, B.A

United States: Finance

Restructuring (including bankruptcy): corporate

Within: Restructuring (including bankruptcy): corporate

The ‘deep and experienced restructuring team’ at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP is particularly known for its energy sector and transport sector work as well as its experience in cross-border mandates. The firm provides ‘an understanding of business and the expertise to handle complicated contentious restructurings’. The practice is led by John Goodchild III in Philadelphia, Boston-based Jonathan Bernstein, and Daniel Papermaster, who splits his time between Hartford and New York, and was recently boosted by the arrivals in the New York office of debtor-side specialist Craig Wolfe from Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP and insurance insolvency practitioner Scott Fischer, who joined from the New York State Department of Financial Services. Also notable in the team is experienced counsel Rachel Jaffe Mauceri in Philadelphia and New York-based ‘strong advocate and skilled negotiatorGlenn Siegel, who ‘brings creativity to his advice, as well as being adept in contentious circumstances’. Siegel is leading in representing Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas as indenture trustee to the holders of two series of notes of Seadrill. The client is the single-largest unsecured creditor in the Chapter 11 of Seadrill and its affiliates. In another highlight, the firm is acting for the indenture trustee for two series of senior secured notes of Avaya in the company’s Chapter 11 restructuring. The department is also lead US counsel for Servicios Tamaulipas in connection with M&G USA Corporation’s Chapter 11 proceedings. Renee Dailey left the practice to join Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP.

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