Miguel Saldaña

Jan 31, 2020


Since his graduation from Boston College Law School, Miguel has honed his interests in a broad range of litigation — from bankruptcy law to real estate, product liability to commercial disputes – while working as an associate at two California law firms and as a law clerk to a bankruptcy court judge. This blend of practice and judicial perspectives has helped develop his skills in research and writing, client interaction and negotiation, and settlement of cases.


As an associate in the San Francisco law firm of Gordon & Rees, Miguel was involved in complex litigation, including high-stakes consumer class action cases. He also has worked in drug and medical product liability cases. These cases involved extensive levels of discovery disputes where Miguel drove cases toward mediation and settlement whenever possible.


He served as a law clerk for the Honorable William J. Lafferty III in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California and as an extern for Judge Maureen Tighe with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California. Miguel has been involved in hearings, trials, and settlement conferences dealing with complex legal issues such as U.C.C. Article 9 title disputes, fraudulent conveyances, and real estate transactions. He has extensive experience with sale motions, non-dischargeability actions, requests for relief from the automatic stay, claim objections and attorney’s fees.


Tracy Green

Jul 29, 2019

A partner and chair of the firm’s insolvency practice, Tracy represents clients in all aspects of their dealings with financially troubled companies. She is known for guiding clients through complex problems and trying circumstances to find practical and efficient solutions. She has written and presented extensively on insolvency and bankruptcy issues, is an active leader in professional associations, and is regularly recognized for exceptional performance by peers and legal publications.

Insolvency and Restructuring

Tracy represents debtors, creditors’ committees, creditors, and trustees in connection with Chapter 11 reorganizations and liquidations, out-of-court workouts, buying and selling assets, assignments for the benefit of creditors, avoidance actions (fraudulent conveyances, preferences, and equitable subordination) and Chapter 7 liquidations.

Diverse Industry Experience

In addition to traditional industries ranging from manufacturing to professional services, Tracy is experienced representing distressed companies in or associated with emerging markets, including the cannabis industry and green business, assisting with workouts and bankruptcy alternatives.

Conflict Resolution and Mediation

Tracy represents parties in commercial disputes and secured transactions. She also serves as a mediator and has successfully mediated many disputes involving intellectual property, real estate, estate distributions, partnership dissolutions, and commercial disputes.

Tracy served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Stanley Mosk, of the California Supreme Court.


Lisa Lenherr

Jul 29, 2019

A dedicated advocate, Lisa is recognized for her efficient, effective, and innovative work to solve clients’ complex challenges. She focuses her practice on creditors’ rights, business insolvency and restructuring issues, including Chapter 7 and 11 bankruptcy, out-of-court workouts, debtor-creditor law, assignments for the benefit of creditors, bankruptcy appeals, and distressed and non-distressed debt financing transactions.

Insolvency and Restructuring

Lisa has extensive experience representing all constituents in the insolvency context, including Chapter 7 and 11 bankruptcy trustees, debtors, creditors, landlords, lenders, title companies, equipment lessors, asset purchasers, creditors in Chapter 13 cases, and debtors and creditors as parties to non-dischargeability litigation. She advises clients on a broad range of insolvency issues related to and including: bankruptcy asset sales; motions to convert or dismiss; single asset real estate (SARE) cases; DIP financing; cash collateral; secured and unsecured debt restructuring; executory contracts and unexpired leases; relief from stay/adequate protection; claim, preference, and fraudulent transfer litigation; contested plan confirmation; and appeals.

Creditors’ Rights

Both in the insolvency context and beyond, Lisa has experience advising clients on loan structures, documentation issues, default, remedies, enforcement, and unique issues arising in the distressed asset setting.

Leadership and Experience

Lisa is an active member of the Bay Area insolvency community, currently the secretary of the Bay Area Bankruptcy Forum and serving on the executive committee (and is former chair) of the Bar Association of San Francisco’s Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section. She formerly served as Co-Chair of the Bench Bar Liaison Committee of the Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California, and as treasurer for the International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation. During law school Lisa externed for the Honorable Robert E. Jones of the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon and clerked for the Oregon Department of Justice in the antitrust unit.


Mark S. Bostick

Jul 29, 2019

Mark has more than 35 years of experience focused on insolvency law, representing trustees, debtors, creditors and other interested parties in all forms of insolvency proceedings and out-of-court workouts. In 2018 he served as the Chair of the Bankruptcy Section for the Alameda County Bar Association and as Co-Chair of the Committee of Lawyer and Trustee Representatives of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California.

Prior to entering private practice in 1983, Mark clerked for the Honorable Robert L. Hughes, Bankruptcy Judge (Oakland) and former Chief Judge for the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for Ninth Circuit.