Thomas Moers Mayer

Tom has played a prominent role in many of the largest and most complex bankruptcy cases in history. His work involves both in- and out-of-court restructurings of distressed businesses on behalf of creditor committees, major secured and unsecured creditors, and bondholders. He has represented the official committees of unsecured creditors in some of the most well-known Chapter 11 cases, including those of General Motors, Chrysler, Capmark, Smurfit-Stone, Dana Corp., Seadrill, etc. Tom along with Amy Caton represented holders of more than $10 billion of bonds issued by Puerto Rico; the team has secured one victory in the U.S. Supreme Court and two in the First Circuit on behalf of the holders of $3.2 billion of bonds issued by the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority. Mr. Mayer received a J.D. from Harvard Law School and A.B. from Dartmouth College.