Pete Saba's practice focuses on complex restructurings and reorganizations and cross-border insolvency proceedings. He regularly represents debtors, creditors, lender groups, court-appointed trustees, and asset purchasers in in-court and out-of-court proceedings. Pete also has experience advising lenders of distressed companies.
Pete is currently representing a creditor in the chapter 11 cases of Verity Health System of California and its affiliated debtors and the plan administrator of Soundview Elite Ltd., et al. Pete's past experience includes representing a group of term lenders of Monitronics International in connection with a partially prepackaged plan of reorganization, a distressed health care service provider in an out-of-court Article 9 restructuring, M&G USA Corporation in its jointly administered chapter 11 cases, American Apparel in its chapter 11 proceedings and successful sale of its assets, Molycorp in its chapter 11 proceedings, and the first lien steering committee in the chapter 11 cases of RCS Capital. Pete has also represented defendants in avoidance actions seeking the recharacterization of loans and an insolvency trustee in a chapter 15 recognition proceeding.
Pete maintains an active pro bono practice, working with Her Justice in assisting single mothers in obtaining custody and visitation rights and Immigration Equality in assisting asylum seekers with admission into the United States.
- Brooklyn Law School (J.D. cum laude 2015; Business Law Certificate with distinction; Executive Articles Editor, Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial & Commercial Law); Tufts University (B.A. in Political Science 2012)
- New York
- Intern to: Judge Martin Glenn, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New York (Fall 2014) and Judge Brian M. Cogan, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York (Fall 2013)