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Sharon L. Levine Joins Saul Ewing’s Bankruptcy & Restructuring Practice

Published: 06/01/2016
Services: Bankruptcy and Restructuring

Saul Ewing LLP, a full-service law firm with more than 270 lawyers in 11 East Coast offices, today announced that Sharon L. Levine has joined the firm as a partner in the Bankruptcy & Restructuring practice.  She will be resident in the firm’s Newark, NJ office.

Ms. Levine has been at the forefront of some of the largest complex bankruptcy cases in recent years, and she has earned a national reputation among clients and peers as a tenacious and accomplished bankruptcy lawyer. Ms. Levine is highly regarded for her litigation and negotiation skills in the practice of restructuring, debtor-creditor law restructuring and bankruptcy litigation. Her representations include purchasers, debtors and creditors (committees and individuals), and she has tried contested and litigated matters in venues including federal bankruptcy courts in New York, Delaware, California, Hawaii, Texas, Michigan, Virginia and New Jersey, among others. 

Clients rely on Ms. Levine’s bankruptcy counsel on "out of court" corporate reorganizations, corporate and structured finance matters, and acquiring distressed assets outside of a bankruptcy. 

“Sharon has a stellar reputation in the restructuring industry and we are thrilled that she chose to join Saul Ewing,” said Jeffrey Hampton, co-chair of the Bankruptcy & Restructuring Practice. “Her vast bankruptcy and restructuring and related litigation experience will enhance our ability to service clients.” 

Ms. Levine is a frequent lecturer on various bankruptcy topics and served as Co-Chair of the Trade Credit Committee of the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI), and as a member of the Board of Trustees and the Women's Committee of the Turnaround Management Association. She also served as Co-Chair of the Labor and Benefits Issues Advisory Committee to the ABI's Commission to Study the Reform (amend or modify) of the Bankruptcy Code treatment of Pension and Retiree Medical Benefits. She is active in serving her community and is on the Advisory Board of Women's Campaign International.