Omar J. Alaniz

Omar’s primary practice is representing distressed companies in workouts and chapter 11 restructurings. He regularly advises boards of directors in considering liability management alternatives. Omar also advises key stakeholders in chapter 11 cases. He has appeared in bankruptcy and appellate courts throughout the country, including the Texas and United States Supreme Courts. Omar is a Fellow in the American College of Bankruptcy, and a Conferee in the prestigious sixty-member National Bankruptcy Conference, whose primary purpose is to advise Congress on bankruptcy law. He is described in Chambers USA as “an excellent lawyer – incredibly intellectual and charismatic” and “a problem solver who is very practical.”

What Omar enjoys about his career… I enjoy developing creative solutions to address clients’ objectives. Every situation is different, often with unique challenges that require tailored strategies. Building consensus among stakeholders is often the key to unlocking value. I have invested substantial time developing a personal brand that centers around trust and integrity.