Brian Grieco practices in the firm's Litigation and Bankruptcy, Reorganization and Restructuring departments. He focuses on general commercial and bankruptcy related litigation. He has extensive experience in business reorganization, bankruptcy and commercial law, debtor and creditor rights, and insolvency. He has represented individual and corporate clients, including business owners, trade creditors, bondholders, stockholders, hedge funds, commercial banks, and other lenders, in non-bankruptcy commercial law matters, chapter 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15 bankruptcy cases, and out-of-court workouts. He has experience representing creditors in complex contested matters and adversary proceedings regarding lien enforcement and avoidance, claims' objections, automatic stay issues, and plan confirmation.
Mr. Grieco has particular experience in general corporate disputes and fraudulent conveyance litigation. Mr. Grieco also has experience counseling clients regarding non-bankruptcy business reorganization, corporate and deal structure, secured lending, and general contract and commercial law.
Before joining the firm, he spent 12 years with Hogan Lovells (formerly Hogan & Hartson) and Coudert Brothers, two major international law firms. Earlier, he was a Senior Securities Compliance Examiner with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. Mr. Grieco served as an intern clerk for Judge Shira A. Scheindlin of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York and as an Associate Managing Editor of the Brooklyn Journal of International Law.