Judy Liu is a Partner in the Business Solutions, Governance, Restructuring & Bankruptcy Group. Her practice covers all aspects of domestic and international business reorganizations and debt restructurings, as well as crisis management and corporate governance. Judy has extensive experience representing debtors, borrowers, institutional creditors, statutory and ad hoc committees and equity holders in a wide variety of workouts, corporate restructurings and chapter 11 reorganizations. Her clients include public and private companies in the retail, telecommunications, financial services, commercial real estate, energy, food services, building products and manufacturing industries.
Major debtor representations Judy has handled include Capmark Financial Group, Inc., Fred Leighton, Inc., Parmalat, Inc., Adelphia Business Solutions, Agway, Enron, RSL Communications, The Grand Union Company, The Conran Stores, R.H. Macy & Co., Drexel Burnham Lambert and Texaco. Her institutional creditor representations include Bank of New York Mellon, Allstate Insurance Co., Chrysler Financial Services Americas, LLC, Manufacturers and Traders Trust Company, Credit Suisse, GE Capital, TIAA-CREF and Citibank, N.A. and her equity representations include the statutory equity committee in United States Gypsum and the ad hoc equity committee in W.R. Grace.
Judy has served as an editor of Collier on Bankruptcy and as contributing editor to Reorganizing Failing Businesses, an ABA publication. She has authored articles for the Attorney Fee Reporter and served as moderator of "Views From The Bench 2000," sponsored by the American Bankruptcy Institute and Georgetown Law CLE.
Judy began her legal career as a law clerk to the late Judge Howard Schwartzberg of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.