Boris I. Mankovetskiy is a Member of the Firm’s Creditors’ Rights/Bankruptcy Reorganization Practice Group. He focuses his practice on complex corporate restructurings, including Chapter 11 cases and out-of-court workouts. His clients include official creditors’ committees, debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, investors that focus on distressed situations and other parties-in-interest in corporate insolvency matters. Mr. Mankovetskiy has particularly extensive experience in representing creditors’ committees in healthcare insolvencies and Chapter 11 bankruptcies across the country. He has represented parties in restructurings in other industries such as telecommunications, commercial real estate, retail, manufacturing, transportation, construction and pharmaceuticals. In addition to Mr. Mankovetskiy’s bankruptcy expertise, he also represents parties in complex commercial litigation in federal and state courts.
Mr. Mankovetskiy has represented investment management firms in debt restructuring matters, commercial workouts and Chapter 11 cases, including in the Motor Coach Industries Int’l, Inc. and Marcal Paper Mills, Inc. cases. He has also represented the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in twenty-three (23) recent hospital bankruptcy cases, including Saint Michael’s Medical Center, Union Hospital District, Bayonne Medical Center, Christ Hospital, Hudson Healthcare, Inc., Fairmont General Hospital, et al., Progressive Acute Care LLC, Gardens Regional Hospital and Medical Center, Inc., Coshocton County Memorial Hospital Association, Gainesville Hospital District d/b/a North Texas Medical Center, Morehead Memorial Hospital, Curae Health, Inc., et al., Promise Healthcare Group, LLC, et al., Astria Health, et al., Center City Healthcare, LLC d/b/a Hahnemann University Hospital, et al., Thomas Health System, Inc., Randolph Health, LRGHealthcare, MTPC, LLC, et al., Mercy Hospital and Medical Center, et al., Watsonville Hospital Corporation, et al., Madera Community Hospital and Beverly Community Hospital Association.