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Tori Guilfoyle concentrates her practice on corporate bankruptcy and business reorganization matters and related litigation. She represents chapter 11 debtors, creditors’ committees, secured and unsecured creditors, equipment lessors, utility providers, software licensors, landlords, and liquidation and litigation trusts. Ms. Guilfoyle prosecutes and defends against avoidance and fraudulent transfer actions brought in large chapter 11 cases.
In addition to her bankruptcy practice, Ms. Guilfoyle also focuses her practice in corporate and commercial litigation matters.
While attending law school, Ms. Guilfoyle served as an articles editor for the Rutgers Law Journal. Ms. Guilfoyle was also an adjunct professor at Delaware Technical and Community College.
- Midway Games, Inc. et al., as counsel to the chapter 11 debtors, inventor of Mortal Kombat and developer and publisher of video games in the interactive entertainment software industry.
- Centaur, LLC et al., horseracing, off-track betting and casino operators, as counsel to the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors.
- American Home Mortgage Inc. et al., subprime mortgage loan originators and loan services, as co-counsel to the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors, including post-confirmation as co-counsel to the Plan Trustee.
- SemGroup Litigation Trustee, in connection with 350+ preference actions
- NVF GUC Plan Trustee, including prosecuting claims objections.
- National bankruptcy counsel for software licensing company, including issues arising with executory contracts, filing and defending proofs of claim, and defending avoidance actions.
- Delaware counsel for major noteholders in the Washington Mutual, Inc. bankruptcy cases.
- Delaware counsel for Indenture Trustee in the Downey Financial Corp. bankruptcy case.
- Chancery court action involving dispute between members of a Delaware limited liability company.
COMMUNITY SERVICE & AFFILIATIONS
Ms. Guilfoyle is a volunteer tax preparer at low income taxpayer clinics.