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Kevin Hoyos is a member of the Restructuring & Bankruptcy Practice in Greenberg Traurig’s Miami office, and focuses his practice on bankruptcy reorganizations, out-of-court financial restructuring workouts, distressed M&A, and liquidations. Prior to entering private practice, Kevin served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Louis A. Scarcella in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of New York.

Kevin handles complex bankruptcy and restructuring legal issues relating to fraudulent transactions, digital assets, cross-border insolvencies, liquidating and litigation trusts, real estate investment trusts, asset purchase agreements, restructuring financing, portfolio company asset sales and acquisitions, LIBOR transition, and distressed municipal finance. His corporate restructuring and bankruptcy experience spans a variety of sectors and includes the financial, technology, real estate, chemical, energy, aviation, retail, petroleum, structured finance, health care, and manufacturing sectors.

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