Bio: Timothy T Brock is a bankruptcy lawyer based in New York City. He is a partner in the firm of Satterlee Stephens Burke & Burke LLP, where he leads the Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights Practice Group. His practice is focused on corporate restructuring, bankruptcy and insolvency law, both domestically within the United States and in the international arena as well. With over 30 years of experience, Mr. Brock is regarded as a thought leader on insolvency law, particularly regarding Chapter 15 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. Timothy Brock’s clients are a diverse group, both in type and geographic location. They include hedge funds, committees of creditors, commercial banks, equity security holders, debtors-in-possession, foreign office-holders, insolvency investors, insurance companies, a credit-rating agency, bankruptcy trustees, indenture trustees and acquirers of distressed businesses and assets. Mr. Brock’s clients are based all over the United States and throughout the world; he has appeared in courts in at least 14 different U.S. states, and has been engaged in matters arising in England, Cayman, Argentina, Germany, Bermuda, Canada, Japan, the Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, Panama, Uruguay, Paraguay and Barbados. By way of illustration, in a recent Chapter 15 engagement, he was employed by English IPs to represent them in a filing made in Los Angeles, California. Timothy Brock is a Fellow of INSOL International, having graduated with honors from its Global Insolvency Practice Course, an LLM-level educational program focused on private international law and insolvency. He is also an active member of both the American Bankruptcy Institute and the American Bar Association, serving in the Committee on Business Bankruptcy and the Section of International Law.

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