Scott Cargill is Of Counsel in Lowenstein Sandler LLP’s Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization and Creditors’ Rights group. He has extensive experience navigating complex insolvency issues and has been involved in some of the largest corporate restructuring cases in the country. He has represented the interests of creditors' committees, investor groups, financial institutions, and debtors in numerous restructuring and insolvency proceedings in bankruptcy courts. Scott has advised clients on complex issues, including the auction and sale of debtor assets, setoff rights, preference and fraudulent transfer liability issues, substantive consolidation, and employee retention programs.
Scott has lectured on numerous bankruptcy- and insolvency-related issues for industry credit groups and professional organizations across the country, discussing topics including trends in Chapter 11 cases, preference liability issues, litigation tactics in insolvency proceedings, the intersection between the Bankruptcy Code and the Uniform Commercial Code, and obligations relating to service on creditors' committees.
He is admitted to the Bars of New Jersey, New York and Arizona. Scott received his B.S. in 1995 from Rutgers University, College of Engineering and his J.D. in 1998 from New York University School of Law.
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