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 represented entities involved in all manner of restructuring transactions, including distressed sales and acquisitions, the structuring and consummation of spin-offs, and other out-of-court transactions. Dan also has substantial experience counseling clients in fraudulent conveyance, illegal dividend, fiduciary duty, and piercing the corporate veil issues.
Most recently, Dan served as chapter 11 counsel to Shiloh Industries, Inc. and 18 of its subsidiaries, who successfully consummated a sale of substantially all of their assets pursuant to section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code. Dan also played a major role in Jones Day's representation of FirstEnergy Corp. in certain of its unregulated power generation subsidiaries' chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, which were the first bankruptcy cases in the country to involve distressed nuclear assets. Other notable representations include, among others, Peabody Energy Corp., FTD Companies, Westmoreland Resource Partners, Vari-Form Holdings Group, and Relativity Media.
- 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)
- Named to the inaugural edition of Best Lawyers in America "Ones to Watch" — bankruptcy and creditor debtor rights/insolvency and reorganization law (2021)