James H. Millar has more than 20 years of experience in bankruptcy law and corporate restructuring. He represents bondholders in Chapter 11 cases, vindicating their rights under bankruptcy law, creditors’ rights law and contract law. He guides clients through out-of-court restructurings and handles bankruptcy-related litigation and insolvency-sensitive transactions. In addition, Jim represents financial and strategic acquirers of distressed companies.
Bar Admissions: New York
Association of Insolvency & Restructuring Advisors
Turnaround Management Association
"Does an RSA with Plum Exit Financing Constitute Vote Buying? Examining the Peabody Situation," Norton Annual Survey of Bankruptcy Law. James Millar article for 2018 edition Norton Annual Survey of Bankruptcy Law.
"Revisiting Good Faith and Fair Dealing Challenges by Non-Participating Holders to Indenture Amendments Effectuated Through Use of Exit Consents," Norton Annual Survey of Bankruptcy Law, 2017 Edition.
University of Colorado School of Law, J.D.;
Colorado State University, B.S.
Jim is a licensed commercial pilot and registered professional engineer.