Marc Levinson Elected Chair of the ACB Board of Regents


Congratulations to restructuring partner Marc Levinson on his selection as Chair of the Board of Regents of the American College of Bankruptcy ("College"). Mr. Levinson, who has been a Fellow of the College since 1998, previously served as Ninth Circuit Regent, as Secretary and as a member of the College's Board of Directors.

"Marc exemplifies all of the qualities that the College seeks in its members. We are extremely proud of him for this well-deserved recognition," said Ron D'Aversa, Chair of Orrick's Restructuring Practice Group.

Mr. Levinson is nationally recognized for his capabilities in complex reorganizations and restructurings, financially-distressed municipalities, out-of-court workouts and other insolvency matters. He frequently lectures on bankruptcy, and on municipal and corporate insolvency and reorganization topics, and has spoken to numerous bar associations, in-house counsel and industry groups. Mr. Levinson served as chief bankruptcy counsel to the California cities Vallejo and Stockton in their chapter 9 cases.

The College is an honorary association of bankruptcy and insolvency professionals.   The Board of Regents is the body charged with selecting candidates to the College, and does so based on a record of the highest standard of professionalism, ethics, character, integrity, leadership and professional achievement in the fields of restructuring and insolvency.