Morrison & Foerster
Adam Lewis practices bankruptcy and insolvency. His practice covers the entire range of issues and interest in bankruptcy matters, including structuring transactions to minimize the impact of bankruptcy, representation of creditors such as lenders, landlords, and other parties to executory contracts, and sureties, and assisting clients in the purchase of assets or companies in distressed circumstances or bankruptcy.
Mr. Lewis has represented debtors and creditors committees as well as creditors, bidders, contract counterparties, and other interested parties. Mr. Lewis' experience includes such diverse areas as telecommunications, agriculture, intellectual property, high technology, energy, construction, asset-based finance, and real estate.
Mr. Lewis has special expertise in bankruptcy jurisdiction (including bankruptcy consumer class actions), environmental law, telecommunications, airlines and airports, intellectual property, high tech and biotech, preference or fraudulent conveyance actions and other bankruptcy litigation. He also has extensive experience in all aspects of distressed real estate matters, representing such diverse interests as mortgagees, purchasers and developers, and in the real estate aspects of other kind of matters (such as retail chain bankruptcies).