MoFo News Item

Jennifer Marines Named to Turnarounds & Workouts’ 2018 List of Outstanding Young Restructuring Lawyers

29 Nov 2018

Jennifer Marines, the deputy chair of Morrison & Foerster’s Finance Department and a partner in the Business Restructuring & Insolvency Group, was recently named one of 12 “Outstanding Young Restructuring Lawyers” by Turnarounds & Workouts for 2018, marking her third consecutive year that she’s received the honor. The award dinner was held at The Harmonie Club in New York following the Distressed Investing 2018 Conference, the oldest and most influential distressed investing conference in the U.S.

Turnarounds & Workouts’ highly competitive list honors a select number of young corporate restructuring lawyers for their many impressive achievements in the bankruptcy and insolvency field. This year, Ms. Marines took the lead in some of the most significant and high-profile bankruptcy proceedings. The publication highlights the significant role she played in the
chapter 11 cases of Real Alloy, Inc., Sungevity, Inc., and Maxus Energy Corporation, in addition to serving on the official committees of unsecured creditors for Armstrong Energy Inc. and Avaya.

Ms. Marines serves on the firm’s hiring committee, chaired the 2018 MoFo Summit for Women In-House Counsel and the 2018 MoFo Women’s Partner Meeting, and has authored numerous industry articles, including “The Importance of Being Truly Independent,” published in the American Bankruptcy Institute Journal in January 2018.  

See the complete list of this year’s Outstanding Young Restructuring Lawyers.



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