Kim Martin Lewis is Chair of the firm's Bankruptcy & Restructuring Practice Group and focuses her practice on corporate reorganization, insolvency, financing, workout, and bankruptcy law.
Kim has represented several Fortune 500 companies including counsel to The Procter & Gamble Company as creditor in many restructurings and bankruptcies across the country. She also has experience serving as Restructuring Counsel for several large companies in the retail and manufacturing industries, including Milacron, Inc., The Wornick Company, Rue 21, Inc. (fka Pennsylvania Fashions), Elder Beerman, and Federated Department Stores, among others.
Stemming from her representation of Wallace's Bookstores, Inc., Kim served as the counsel for the Bankruptcy Trustee in a case that was heard before the U.S. Supreme Court which resulted in a decision in favor of her client in Central Community College, et al. v. Bernard Katz (Case No. 04-885). In its decision, the Court held that states could not invoke sovereign immunity to avoid being sued in bankruptcy proceedings.