Matthew McClintock represents secured and unsecured creditors, committees, bondholders, trustees and equity security holders in all transactional and litigation aspects of complex corporate restructuring matters. Mr. McClintock also represents lenders and borrowers in out-of-court restructuring matters and has represented a variety of clients with respect to cash collateral agreements, sales of assets in bankruptcy, reorganization plan structuring and confirmations, cross-border insolvency proceedings, motions for relief from the automatic stay, dischargeability litigation, fraudulent conveyance and preference litigation, and many other issues.
Having served as lead counsel in a multitude of restructuring matters across a wide spectrum of industries, Mr. McClintock is adept at quickly drilling down on core issues, understanding likely outcomes, and developing strategies to help his clients achieve practical and efficient solutions to their most pressing business and legal problems.
Prior to founding Goldstein & McClintock LLLP in order to build an exclusive boutique law firm free of large-firm conflicts and billing rates, Mr. McClintock was a Partner at K&L Gates, LLP, a large international law firm comprised of approximately 2,000 attorneys around the globe. He started his legal career at Sidley Austin LLP, working mostly on large company-side restructuring cases out of its Chicago, Illinois office.
J.D., Cornell University Law School, (Note Editor, Cornell International Law Journal)