Peter Gilhuly, a nationally recognized practitioner, helps debtors and creditors navigate complex insolvencies, distressed situations, and strategic transactions. As former Global Co-Chair of the Restructuring & Special Situations Practice, he brings nearly three decades of experience to all his matters.
Mr. Gilhuly regularly represents debtors, buyers, hedge funds, private equity funds, first- and second-lien holders, creditors’ committees, boards of directors, and distressed law firms on a full complement of insolvency issues.
He has led teams that have successfully restructured billions of dollars in debt.
Fellow, American College of Bankruptcy Lawyers.
Chair, Latham & Watkins' Client Credit Counsel (2013-2017); Bankruptcy Advisory Committee (2003-2013); National Chair, Pro Bono Committee (1998-2002); Wesleyan University Service Award, Recipient (2008); JD, Harvard Law School, cum laude (1990); Peace Corps Volunteer, Nepal (1983-1986).