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Andrew B. Levin

Associate

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Andrew focuses his practice on bankruptcy and restructuring matters. He has experience representing corporate and individual debtors, committees, liquidation trustees, and secured and unsecured creditors in a broad range of complex Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 cases. 


Prior to joining Mintz, Andrew was an associate with a bankruptcy law firm in Southern California. He also worked for several years in the New York and Los Angeles offices of a large international law firm, where he was an associate in the financial restructuring group. In those positions, Andrew handled a wide variety of bankruptcy litigation and transactional matters. His experience has included researching, developing arguments for, and drafting pleadings, motions, and briefs; presenting arguments before the bankruptcy court; negotiating, structuring, and drafting various corporate and transactional documents; overseeing compliance with United States Trustee disclosure obligations; and representing clients in both the sale and acquisition of distressed businesses and assets.  

Education

  • Northwestern University (JD)
  • Northwestern University (BA)

Involvement

  • Member, Los Angeles County Bar Association
  • Member, Orange County Bar Association
  • Member, New York State Bar Association

Viewpoints

Viewpoint
In its ruling in FTI Consulting, Inc. v. Sweeney (In re Centaur, LLC), the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware addressed the Supreme Court’s recent clarification of the scope of Bankruptcy Code Section 546(e)’s “safe harbor” provision, affirming a more narrow interpretation of Section 546(e).