Kevin Kobbe has a diverse bankruptcy and corporate restructuring practice.

He represents debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, asset purchasers and other stakeholders in bankruptcy cases and out-of-court restructurings throughout the nation. He has experience in handling matters involving financially distressed companies in a wide variety of industries, including construction, energy, financial services, gaming, healthcare, manufacturing, real estate, retail and technology. Kevin has restructured billions of dollars in distressed debt and has handled the disposition of hundreds of distressed companies and properties.

Kevin also represents clients in a broad range of complex litigation matters before federal and state courts, including all types of bankruptcy litigation, lender liability litigation and real estate litigation. He has acted as lead counsel for clients in hundreds of trials and evidentiary hearings in jurisdictions throughout the nation. In 1996, Kevin was lead defense counsel in the first jury trial in the history of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland.

Kevin also has extensive experience in state court insolvency matters. For the past several years, he has acted as national receivership counsel for an international firm that serves as the court-appointed receiver for distressed shopping centers and other revenue-producing properties. In connection with this representation, he has handled the sale of receivership properties in numerous states and has managed a broad range of litigation matters arising out of the receiverships.