Clark Hill Corporate Restructuring & Bankruptcy Group Leader Robert D. Gordon Profiled By Crain’s Detroit Business As One of Detroit’s “Best Lawyers”
– Robert Gordon, head of Clark Hill’s Corporate Restructuring & Bankruptcy Group, was selected to be profiled by Crain’s Detroit Business in a special section of the November 30 issue of the magazine. Gordon was one of 20 attorneys practicing in a variety of fields in Metro Detroit to be profiled in the special section, which focused on attorneys appearing in this year’s list of
Best Lawyers in America
with particularly newsworthy cases and practices. Gordon was selected based in part on his current involvement in several high-profile bankruptcy and insolvency cases in various jurisdictions, including acting as the federal Court-appointed receiver in an SEC enforcement action against Legisi Holdings L.L.C. and as counsel to the Unsecured Creditors Committees in the
case pending in Detroit and the
case pending in Delaware.
In addition to being profiled by Crain’s Detroit Business and being named to the
Best Lawyers in America
, Gordon was named in Law & Politics Magazine’s
publication for the third consecutive year. Gordon is also a frequent lecturer on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights topics, and has presented to the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Original Equipment Suppliers Association, and other professional organizations. He was also selected to participate in a special issue of the Financier Worldwide, as part of an automotive roundtable in 2007 and again in 2008. Gordon leads the firm’s Corporate Restructuring & Bankruptcy Group from the Birmingham office. He has broad experience representing various parties in interest in bankruptcy and other judicial proceedings and in out-of-court workouts and restructurings, spanning a variety of industries and business segments, including automotive, manufacturing, retail, telecommunications, aviation, and real estate.
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