Alyson M. Fiedler has been involved in some of the largest and most complex bankruptcy cases in recent years, having served as counsel to creditors, creditors’ committees, debtors, fiduciaries, and other interested parties. She has earned a national reputation among clients and peers for being a seasoned and skilled insolvency litigator with the right balance of tenacity, poise, and professionalism. This balance enables her to succeed through litigation or consensual deal making, even amidst the most heated and contested environments.
In addition to handling highly contested insolvency and creditors’ rights matters in federal and state courts, including those in New York, New Jersey, and Delaware, Alyson is often called upon by fiduciaries, debtors, senior management, and boards of directors of financially troubled companies to provide advice with respect to “in-court” and “out-of-court” restructuring strategies. Alyson also regularly advises lenders and other interested parties on financings and other strategic commercial transactions, including pre- and post-bankruptcy investments and acquisitions.
Alyson has received national awards for her writing, has long been recognized in New York and New Jersey Super Lawyers for bankruptcy, and received the highest rating from her peers in Martindale-Hubbell. Alyson serves as the Special Projects Leader for the Secured Credit Committee of the American Bankruptcy Institute and is a member of the Turnaround Management Association and other related professional organizations. She also serves as an active member of the Firm’s Law Student Recruitment Committee and has served as the New York office liaison for the Firm’s summer associate program.