Michael J. Reynolds

Michael J. Reynolds is Of Counsel to the Firm with significant experience representing businesses, financial institutions, insurance companies, healthcare companies, general contractors, real estate developers, chapter 11 and chapter 7 trustees, court-appointed receivers, and individuals in the areas of asset recovery, bankruptcy law and workouts, finance and business restructuring, and commercial litigation.

Prior to joining Webber McGill LLC, Mr. Reynolds was a senior associate with the law firm of McCarter & English LLP, where he spent over 6 years focusing on matters arising in complex chapter 11 and chapter 7 bankruptcy cases, and complex commercial litigation matters throughout New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and other jurisdictions. Prior to that, he was an associate with the national law firm of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, where he worked in the firm’s Corporate Restructuring Practice Group.

Over the course of his career, Mr. Reynolds has represented debtors-in-possession, lenders, creditors’ committees, landlords, asset purchasers, DIP lenders, chapter 11 trustees, chapter 7 trustees, liquidating trustees, SIPC trustees, and various other creditors and stakeholders in complex chapter 11 and chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings. Mr. Reynolds has litigated various commercial disputes for businesses and individuals in the federal and state courts in such areas as asset recovery, breach of contract, closely-held business dissolutions, Uniform Commercial Code issues, and accounting and other professional services’ malpractice claims. Mr. Reynolds also has extensive experience litigating matters in bankruptcy courts, involving, among other things, chapter 11 plan confirmation, contested use of cash collateral, WARN Act claims, ERISA claims, fraudulent transfers, breach of fiduciary duty claims, preferences, lien avoidance, assumption / rejection of executory contracts and leases, and enforcement of intellectual property rights. Mr. Reynolds also has extensive experience in healthcare regulatory and compliance issues and holds a Healthcare Compliance Certification from Seton Hall University School of Law.

Mr. Reynolds received his formative training as a law clerk to the Honorable Novalyn L. Winfield, United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey, where he worked on a broad and varied array of corporate and consumer bankruptcy cases and related litigation.