has 30 years of experience in business finance and restructuring, with a focus on complex corporate reorganizations and distressed acquisitions, both court-supervised and extra judicial, including matters involving multijurisdictional and cross-border enterprises. She is co-head of the New York Office's Business Restructuring & Reorganization Practice.
Corinne led a team of attorneys representing Chrysler LLC in connection with its successful chapter 11 reorganization, which won the Investment Dealers' Digest
Deal of the Year award for 2009. She also led a team of attorneys in the successful restructuring of Dana Corp., which emerged from bankruptcy in 2008, and has orchestrated many other complex reorganizations involving companies such as Axcelis Technologies, Kaiser Aluminum, Oceans Casino Cruise Lines, Tarragon, and The Williams Communications Companies. In addition, she has counseled lenders and bondholders in the ABFS, Comdisco, Excite@Home
, Exide SA, GST
Communications, Iridium, Loews, NorthPoint Communications, Telergy, VARIG Airlines, and Worldcom restructurings, among others. Corinne also has advised
on loans, acquisitions, and workouts involving professional sports franchises, including the Charlotte Bobcats, the Detroit Redwings, the Minnesota Wild, the
New Jersey Devils, and the Phoenix Coyotes.
Corinne leads the Firm's distressed M&A efforts and is the featured "Distress M&A" columnist for the New York Law Journal
Corinne won the Turnaround Management Association's "International Turnaround Company of the Year" Award and was named "Dealmaker of the Year" by The
and one of "The Decade's Most Influential Lawyers" by The National Law Journal
. She is a director of the American College of Bankruptcy and
the American Bankruptcy Institute.
The George Washington University (J.D. with honors 1978); Williams College (B.A. magna cum laude
1975; Phi Beta Kappa)