Aaron Applebaum represents debtors, official committees of unsecured creditors, creditors and chapter 11 and chapter 7 trustees in complex bankruptcy cases and out-of-court commercial restructurings. Aaron also has significant experience representing assignees in assignment for the benefit of creditor (ABC) proceedings in the Court of Chancery in Delaware. Aaron has been actively involved in numerous complex restructuring and acquisition matters, including in the oil and gas, retail, health care, medical services, restaurant, real estate and other industries.

Aaron focuses on protecting and advancing the interests of distressed companies and creditors in commercial workouts and chapter 11 reorganization cases. He assists clients with all aspects of chapter 11 proceedings, including sales of assets pursuant to section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code, confirmation of plans of reorganization, resolution of claims, and prosecution and defense of various adversary proceedings, including preference and fraudulent conveyance litigation.