Michael E. Foreman is a nationally known restructuring lawyer who focuses on crafting creative multidisciplinary solutions that draw on his combined experience in corporate restructuring, bankruptcy, governance, and dispute resolution. As a former bankruptcy court law clerk, Michael has long been a student of both federal and international restructuring law and concepts. He is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Turnaround Management Association, the New York City Bar, the Westchester County Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, the American Bar Association and INSOL, and is vigilant in staying at the forefront of bankruptcy and restructuring learning and thought exchange.
Michael Foreman serves on the Bankruptcy Law Advisory Board of Strafford Publications, a leading national provider of legal publications, seminars and CLE programs. He believes his position as a senior lead bankruptcy attorney practicing in two of the most active bankruptcy courts requires that he be an active participant in the ongoing critical analysis of long-standing restructuring concepts and issues. Accordingly, he regularly lectures and writes on restructuring, bankruptcy, corporate governance and dispute resolution matters. Indeed, his formation of Foreman Law PLLC is very much a product of his extensive analysis of the current state of the restructuring and turnaround practices. In conjunction with that effort, Michael has begun his blog on cutting edge issues in the practice and continually changing legal landscape, Restructuring Knots. This blog explores and encourages discussion on significant issues and developments in the national and important regional restructuring and bankruptcy practices.
Michael Foreman is clearly a thought leader in the New York, regional and national discussions on cutting-edge restructuring and bankruptcy law and strategies, through his legal writing, speaking and professional organization involvement. Click here for a summary of Michael’s more significant contributions to the local, national and international discussions on some of the most vital issues facing restructuring professionals and companies.