Andrew R. Cardonick is Co-Chair of the firm's National Financial Institutions Practice. He focuses his practice primarily on the representation of commercial banks and other financial institutions, as well as select private equity funds, in large and mid-sized asset-based, cash flow, and unsecured syndicated, club, and single bank credit facilities, including debtor-in-possession and bankruptcy exit financings, restructurings, and bankruptcies throughout the country.
Drew has spoken widely on various finance and bankruptcy topics, including intercreditor agreements, cash collateral, debtor-in-possession financing, substantive consolidation, fraudulent conveyance and other structuring issues, bankruptcy sales, and the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act. He also has wide-ranging experience in the field of lender liability, including equitable subordination and fraudulent conveyance law. Drew has written, spoken, and been widely quoted on lender liability issues and other topics in national publications.