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Bankruptcy/Restructuring - New Jersey
"Natasha is an exceptional lawyer - she's very detail-oriented. If you want an attorney to be sure something is done thoroughly and well, Natasha is a great choice."
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Ms. Songonuga has extensive experience in business reorganization and restructuring matters, working across the full spectrum of chapter 11 cases and counseling creditors in assignments for the benefit of creditors state court insolvency proceedings. One of two Subchapter V Trustees appointed in Delaware under the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 (SBRA), she shepherded the first chapter 11 plan of reorganization approved in Delaware under the SBRA. More broadly, Ms. Songonuga represents debtors; creditors, including global and national manufacturer environmental creditors who are so-called potentially responsible parties; chapter 11 and chapter 7 trustees appointed under the Bankruptcy Code; landlords; bidders at bankruptcy sales; and trustees appointed pursuant to the Securities Investor Protection Act. She handles a wide range of other matters, including management of the claims objection and reconciliation processes for thousands of claims; drafting andnegotiation of, and objection to, plans of reorganization and liquidation; section 363 sales; stay relief motions; and related litigation. In addition to Chambers USA, Ms. Songonuga was selected to the Lawdragon “500 Leading U.S. Bankruptcy & Restructuring Lawyers” list for 2020. She was named to Profiles in Diversity Journal’s 2015 “Women Worth Watching” list and received The Network Journal’s 2015 “40 Under Forty Achievement Award.”