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Morgan is an associate in the firm's Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights practice group.
Morgan’s practice focuses on corporate bankruptcy and creditor’s rights in complex chapter 11 proceedings. She has broad experience representing debtors, creditors’ committees, lenders, bondholders, secured and unsecured creditors, liquidation trustees, landlords, asset-purchasers, and other interested entities in various bankruptcy reorganization and liquidation proceedings. She has over 8 years of experience in the bankruptcy field covering all matters of litigation and transactions, including involuntary petitions, avoidance actions, relief-from-stay proceedings, trustee motions, sale and purchase of assets, executory contracts and lease issues, post-petition financing, disclosure statements, plan confirmation, and representing liquidating trustees and plan administrators in the wind-down of estates. Morgan also focuses a portion of her practice on cross-bored insolvency proceedings.
Outside of her bankruptcy and restructuring practice, she assists in the betterment of her community through her representations in pro bono matters. Morgan previously and continues to represent numerous children in the Delaware foster care system as their court-appointed Guardian ad litem in conjunction with the Office of Child Advocate and juveniles in criminal expungement proceedings, as well as other pro bono clients.
Morgan currently serves as the Membership Chair for the Delaware chapter of the International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation. Additionally, she is an active participant in the Federal Bar Association, serving on the Communications Committee, as well as the American Bankruptcy Institute and Delaware Bankruptcy Inn of Court.
Before joining Womble, Morgan graduated magna cum laude from Widener University Delaware Law School. While in law school, she served as the Bluebook Editor for the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law and was selected to serve as the Wolcott Fellow for the Honorable Justice Jack Jacobs of the Delaware Supreme Court.
The Rationale Behind Del’s Pink Slime Ruling, Bankruptcy 360, Feb. 15, 2013
Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights