Dan Reynolds is a corporate restructuring lawyer who represents major constituencies involved in distressed transactions. This includes companies both in and out of bankruptcy, as well as unsecured creditors' committees and other major stakeholders.
Dan has substantial experience counseling clients in fraudulent conveyance, illegal dividend, fiduciary duty, and piercing the corporate veil issues in bankruptcy. He has represented entities in the structuring and consummation of spin-offs, distressed sales and acquisitions, and other out-of-court restructuring transactions. Most recently, Dan played a major role in Jones Day's representation of FirstEnergy Corp. in its spin-off of certain of its unregulated power generation subsidiaries. This included representing FirstEnergy Corp. in those subsidiaries' chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, which were the first bankruptcy cases in the country to involve distressed nuclear assets. Dan has also represented, among others, Peabody Energy Corp., FTD Companies, Westmoreland Resource Partners, Vari-Form Holdings Group, Relativity Media, and various non-debtor parties in restructuring transactions.
Dan serves on the board of directors of The Littlest Heroes, an organization that supports children living with cancer and their families.
- May 2020
Bankruptcy 363 Sales and Successor Liability: Limits to Selling "Free and Clear" of All Claims and Interests
- May 2016
City Club of Cleveland: Puerto Rico's Debt Crisis
- University of Notre Dame (J.D. cum laude 2012); Lafayette College (B.A. 2008)