Mike Enright co-chairs the firm’s Bankruptcy + Reorganizations Group. He represents debtors, committees, creditors, and other parties in the business bankruptcy and workout process and in bankruptcy litigation. His work also includes preference, fraudulent transfer, and other bankruptcy litigation analysis and defense. He has extensive experience guiding clients through bankruptcy filings, including reorganization and liquidation. Mike also has broad business law experience, and provides general counsel to non-profit organizations and commercial entities regarding all manner of corporate governance and commercial transactions.
Mike recently represented a global fuel oil supplier in its Chapter 11 case, including negotiation and confirmation of its plans, which provided for a substantial distribution to creditors. He also routinely represents secured creditors, creditors’ committees, and other creditors. He recently assisted a major global corporation in protecting its ongoing interests in high-value contracts following customer Chapter 11 filings in multiple energy generation businesses.
Mike participates as a member of the American Bar Association's (ABA) Business Bankruptcy Committee, speaking annually on current developments in bankruptcy for the Task Force on Current Developments, of which he is Vice Chair. He writes frequently on bankruptcy related topics, including for practice guides and legal treatises. Mike is a contributing editor to the ABA’s monthly publication, Business Law Today, in the area of bankruptcy law.
Mike has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America? in the areas of Bankruptcy and Creditor-Debtor Rights Law / Insolvency and Reorganization Law since 2006 and Litigation - Bankruptcy since 2011. He has been selected to the Connecticut Super Lawyers list from 2006 to 2020.