Jeffrey focuses his practice on financial restructuring and corporate reorganization and sports law. He has extensive experience representing all types of parties in many of the largest restructurings in the United States since the 1990’s. Jeffrey has been a part owner of a minor league baseball team since 2014 and currently is the chair of the ABA’s Sports Law Committee. In addition, he is pursuing a graduate degree in Sports Management at Georgetown University.
Some of Jeffrey’s career highlights include the representation of Major League Baseball in the Los Angeles Dodgers case and a bidder in the Dallas Stars restructuring. He has significant experience in representing distressed companies going through reorganization, as well as ad hoc creditor committees and other senior parties in some of the largest cases in Delaware, including Washington Mutual and Energy Future Holdings.
Before joining GrayRobinson, Jeffrey was an equity partner at an AmLaw 100 firm and served as Chairman of a former firm. Prior to attending law school, he worked at the Federal Reserve and a large commercial bank. Jeffrey has a graduate degree in Economics.
Jeffrey also serves as an adjunct professor of law at the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary.
- University of Pennsylvania, B.A.
- University of Delaware, M.A.
- College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law, J.D.
- Georgetown University, Sports Industry Management Graduate Program (pending)