Edward H. Tillinghast | Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, LLP
Edward H. Tillinghast, III is a partner and Practice Group Leader of Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, LLP’s Finance and Bankruptcy Practice Group. He specializes in U.S. and cross-border insolvencies, particularly involving Asia, Latin America, and other emerging and developing markets, and related creditors’ rights litigation.
Areas of Practice
Ed specializes in corporate reorganizations, cross-border insolvencies, creditors’ rights and related litigation, distressed acquisitions, and insolvency-related opinions. He advises clients in many jurisdictions throughout Asia, Australia, Europe, Russia, South America and the United States, and has been lead counsel for parties in cases in many courts, including the Supreme Court of the United States and cases in the Second and Third Circuit Courts of Appeal as well as many bankruptcy and district courts. He has represented debtors, committees, institutional lenders, indenture trustees, and distressed asset purchasers in many of the large U.S. chapter 11 cases.
Jacqueline Simonovich | Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, LLP
Jacqueline Simonovich is an associate and member of Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton, LLP’s Business Trial Practice Group and the firm’s International Arbitration Team.
Areas of Practice
Jacqueline’s practice focuses on international commercial arbitration and complex civil litigation. She has litigated matters before international arbitral forums, including the ICDR and the ICC. Jacqueline graduated from Berkeley Law School and received the Prosser Prize in Health Law and Policy. During law school, she served as a publishing editor for the Berkeley Journal of International Law. Jacqueline also participated in Berkeley Law’s Death Penalty Clinic and wrote major portions of a Motion to Preclude Death Qualification, a practice that unfairly biases jurors against the defendant.