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About Thad Wilson

Thad Wilson

Thad Wilson is a Senior Associate in the Atlanta office of King & Spalding and a member of the firm’s Financial Restructuring Practice Group. Mr. Wilson has represented a broad spectrum of clients in financial restructuring, corporate and insolvency matters, including bankruptcy-related government investigations and appeals. He has represented debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, and other parties in interest in major Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. Mr. Wilson specializes, and has extensive experience, in representing litigants in contested matters, adversary proceedings and other high stakes litigation in, and arising out of, significant Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and insolvency proceedings involving creditors’ rights, fraudulent transfers, and alter ego, including numerous fraudulent transfer cases with alleged damages exceeding $1 billion, such as In re TMST, Inc., In re The Flintkote Company, and In re Adelphia Communications Corp. Mr. Wilson also represents buyers and sellers of distressed assets in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.

Articles by Thad Wilson

Avoid Leaving Money on the Table: Potential Traps for Over-Secured Creditors Under Section 506(b)

While it is the exception rather than the rule, creditors in some bankruptcy cases find themselves in an over-secured position.  Those creditors are privileged because, under Section 506(b) of the Bankruptcy Code, an over-secured creditor is entitled to recover post-petition interest payments and attorneys’ fees.[1] But even though an over-secured creditor may be statutorily eligible […]