Gregory A. Bray

Gregory Bray is a partner in the Los Angeles office of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy and a member of the firm’s Financial Restructuring Group.

Mr. Bray has a diverse national practice and has been involved in out-of-court restructurings and bankruptcies in a wide variety of industries including education, defense, automotive, media, construction, retail, apparel, healthcare, oil and gas, telecommunications, project finance, energy, subprime lending and leasing, franchises, manufacturing and high technology.

He regularly represents hedge funds, private equity funds, money center banks, financial institutions, lender syndicates comprised of first and second lien lenders, trustees and receivers, creditors' committees and equity securities holders. He frequently advises funds making control investments in, and potential purchasers of, financially distressed companies, both in and out of court. He also advises lenders in the structuring and documentation of high risk loans and debtor-in-possession loans, and the board of directors of public companies in financial distress with respect to corporate governance and fiduciary duty issues. He is also currently advising the FDIC on certain policy and structuring matters with respect to Title II of the Dodd-Frank Reform Act.

He has prevailed for his clients in cases leading to published decisions concerning valuation, reinstatement, new value and “loan to own” lender liability.

Good to know

Areas of Practice 1) Bankruptcy
Law School Loyola Law School, Los Angeles (J.D.)
Education University of California at Los Angeles (B.A.)
Bar Member / Association California State Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar Association
Most recent firm Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP
Relevant Jobs
Attorney
USA-CA-San Francisco

Seeking an Attorney to work in the Firm’s employee benefits litigation practice. Most of the work will be Trust Fund litigation seeking delinquent employer contributions and related damages. Duties ...

Apply now

Temporary Attorney
USA-CA-Costa Mesa

Temporary Attorney The candidate should be a partner-level attorney with at least $500,000 annual book of business and/or be an attorney with 5+ years of experience to work in the area of Bankruptcy.

Apply now

+ View more jobs
Jami Wintz McKeon
Jami Wintz McKeon

Jami Wintz McKeon is Chair-elect of the Firm and a partner in Morgan Lewis's Litigation Practice.Ms. McKeon's practice focuses on complex litigation, including class and mass actions, and civil and regulatory proceedings.

John C. Goodchild III
John C. Goodchild III

John C. Goodchild, III is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Business and Corporate Litigation Practice. His practice focuses on commercial contract and credit disputes, business tort litigation, bankruptcy litigation, and real estate litigation.

Richard W. Esterkin
Richard W. Esterkin

Richard W. Esterkin is of counsel in Morgan Lewis's Litigation Practice. Mr. Esterkin's practice is focused in the areas of bankruptcy and complex commercial litigation.