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  • Education
    • J.D., cum laude, University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, 1991, Dean's List; University of Arizona Law Review; Honorable Mention, Best Moot Court Brief;
    • B.A., University of Arizona, 1988, Dean's Honorable Mention List, 1986; Dean's List, 1985; Arizona Regent's Scholarship Recipient, 1984-1988
  • Court Admissions
    • Supreme Court of Arizona, 1991
    • U.S. District Court, Arizona, 1991
    • U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, 1997

Philip Rudd cares immensely about the people with which he works. He also knows how to navigate the financial dispute resolution process from every angle and with every available resource. He has represented borrowers (including developers, business owners, and operators, lessees and tenants, and individual borrowers, and guarantors) and creditors (including banks, lenders, lessors and landlords, and committees) in resolving financial and operations challenges through workouts and negotiated restructurings, contested and uncontested bankruptcies, receiverships, asset and stock sales and liquidations, and litigation. He has also represented third-party custodians, such as receivers and bankruptcy trustees, in their duties to oversee the operation and liquidation of assets.

  • Through the use of the Chapter 11 reorganization process, negotiated a significant discounted cash payoff of a $31 million senior living facility debt through the sale of assets, which also resulted in a full release of all guarantees.
  • Confirmed a contested Chapter 11 cram-down plan of reorganization for an office building, which significantly reduced the secured creditor's $21 million claim and allowed the debtor's interest holders to retain their interests in the reorganized debtor.
  • Through the Chapter 11 reorganization process for a storage facility, negotiated a significant discounted cash payoff of a $7.5 million secured claim, which allowed the interest holders to retain their interests in the debtor.
  • Following heavily contested valuation and plan confirmation proceedings, negotiated a consensual plan of reorganization with the secured lender regarding its $21 million claim in a retail and office center in Las Vegas, which allowed the interest holders to retain their interests in the reorganized debtor and provided for a release of guarantees.
  • Through the use of the Chapter 11 reorganization process, negotiated a significant discounted cash payoff of a $31 million senior living facility debt through the sale of assets, which also resulted in a full release of all guarantees.
  • Confirmed a contested Chapter 11 cram-down plan of reorganization for an office building, which significantly reduced the secured creditor's $21 million claim and allowed the debtor's interest holders to retain their interests in the reorganized debtor.
  • Through the Chapter 11 reorganization process for a storage facility, negotiated a significant discounted cash payoff of a $7.5 million secured claim, which allowed the interest holders to retain their interests in the debtor.
  • Following heavily contested valuation and plan confirmation proceedings, negotiated a consensual plan of reorganization with the secured lender regarding its $21 million claim in a retail and office center in Las Vegas, which allowed the interest holders to retain their interests in the reorganized debtor and provided for a release of guarantees.
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Prepared and presented extensive judgment enforcement and collection materials for annual seminars, sponsored by Lorman Education Services
1998-2000
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Barrister
Summer 1996
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Arizona State Bar Association (Bankruptcy Section)
1992 - 2000