Tori Guilfoyle concentrates her practice on corporate bankruptcy and business reorganization matters and related litigation, where she represents:
- Chapter 11 debtors
- Creditors’ committees
- Private equity funds and other secured creditors
- Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 trustees
- Asset purchasers
- Equipment lessors
- Utility providers
- Software licensors
- Liquidation and litigation trusts
- E-commerce service providers
Tori also prosecutes and defends against avoidance and fraudulent transfer actions brought in large Chapter 11 cases.
In addition to her bankruptcy practice, Tori focuses her practice in corporate and commercial litigation matters.
Tori is serving as the post-confirmation trustee of the Solyndra Residual Trust and Solyndra Settlement Trust in connection with the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of Solyndra LLC, a solar energy start-up company that declared bankruptcy after receiving $535 million in loans guaranteed by the U.S. Department of Energy.
While attending law school, Tori served as an articles editor for the Rutgers Law Journal. She was also an adjunct professor at Delaware Technical and Community College.