Caroline Reckler has experience in a wide range of restructuring matters, both in and outside of bankruptcy, including representation of private and public companies in all aspects of Chapter 11 proceedings, including prepackaged, prearranged and involuntary bankruptcies. Her practice also regularly involves representing purchasers of distressed companies in bankruptcy, advising board of directors and management of financially distressed companies and representing financial institutions in connection with debtor-in-possession financings. In addition, Ms. Reckler is a National Advisory Board member for the Women in Law Empowerment Forum (WILEF).
"Insolvency and Sharia law: Principles and Practice: Can Sharia-Compliant Markets, Practices and Products Operate Effectively When An Insolvency Event Occurs?" International Bar Association Conference, Dubai, UAE, November 3, 2011
"The Great DISH Debate," American Bar Association/National Conference Bankruptcy Judges, Tampa, Florida, October 13, 2011