Anna Kordas focuses on representing debtors and creditors in in-court and out-of-court restructurings, bankruptcy litigation, matters involving cross-border enterprises, and other bankruptcy-related matters.
Anna's recent experience includes representing Rex Energy in its chapter 11 proceeding, which resulted in a successful $600.5 million 363 sale; the insolvency trustee of a Dutch finance vehicle of the Brazilian telecom giant Oi S.A. in a contested chapter 15 recognition proceeding; and American Apparel and certain of its affiliates in their second chapter 11 case. She was also involved in the Firm's representation of Georgia Power and other utilities in the bankruptcy proceeding of nuclear contractor Westinghouse Electric Company, and Peabody Energy Corporation and Alpha Natural Resources in their restructuring proceedings. Prior to joining Jones Day, Anna was involved in representing a plan proponent in a chapter 11 case of an opera company and a Mexican airline in a chapter 15 proceeding.
Anna maintains an active pro bono practice. She is currently representing several unaccompanied minors in their efforts to obtain legal status in the United States in partnership with Kids In Need of Defense (KIND).
Anna is a member of the Turnaround Management Association.
- Brooklyn Law School (J.D. cum laude 2014; Symposium Editor, Brooklyn Law Review); The City University of New York, Hunter College, William E. Macaulay Honors College (B.A. cum laude 2008; Honors Scholar)
- New York and New Jersey
- Intern, Bureau of Consumer Frauds & Protection, Office of the New York State Attorney General (2013)
- Judicial intern to Judge Elizabeth S. Stong, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Eastern District of New York (2013)