Andy Dietderich is Co-Head of our Global Finance & Restructuring Group and one of the leading business restructuring lawyers in the United States. Andy started S&C’s multi-disciplinary restructuring practice in 2008 and has overseen its growth and expansion in response to client demand for higher quality legal services for corporate debtors. The practice is unique among its competitors with respect to its complete integration with the rest of S&C and the use of creative solutions from outside the conventional restructuring toolbox.
Chambers recognizes Andy as a “strategy genius, who is able to boil down complex concepts into things clients can easily understand.” Andy has been the lead debtor counsel for some of the most significant chapter 11 cases in recent years, including FTX (digital assets), Kidde-Fenwal (the first “forever chemicals” bankruptcy), SVB Bank (diversified financial institution), Garrett Motion (auto), California Resources Corporation (oil & gas) and LSC Communications (printing). He also helps S&C clients execute out-of-court restructurings and liability management transactions of every type, including in cases where bankruptcy filings were thought inevitable by other restructuring experts but ultimately avoided.
Andy was born in rural Oregon and graduated Harvard College and Harvard Law School magna cum laude. He clerked for the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and has practiced at S&C for his entire career.
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