Experienced / Strategic / Effective

Cousins Law Opens in Wilmington

| Oct 1, 2020 | Firm News

Wilmington, DE (October 1, 2020) — Cousins Law LLC announced today the opening of its new law firm. According to Scott Cousins, “We are uniquely qualified to understand our clients’ business challenges in high-stake cases in Delaware’s Bankruptcy and District Courts. Based on my experience, Cousins Law provides tremendous value to our clients through smart advocacy, uncompromising dedication and strategic experience.”

Cousins Law specializes in representing troubled public and private companies, creditors and creditors’ committees, boards of directors, management and shareholders in all aspects of business reorganizations, restructurings, workouts and liquidations, including expedited, highstakes litigation and commercial transactions related to distressed acquisitions and sales inside and outside chapter 11.

About Cousins Law LLC

Cousins Law, LLC is a boutique commercial business restructuring and litigation law firm in Wilmington, Delaware. Scott Cousins has more than 25 years of experience in the restructuring field, having participated in many of the largest and most complicated business reorganizations, liquidations, and distressed sales and acquisitions in Delaware’s federal and state courts. Cousins represents business in all industries including energy, finance, healthcare, hospitality, education, manufacturing, retail, telecommunications, transportation, technology, informationmanagement, and construction.

In addition to his restructuring expertise, Cousins has wide-ranging corporate experience as inhouse counsel for General Counsel of NextEra Energy Resources LLC, a clean, renewable energy leader and one of North America’s leading energy suppliers.

Cousins has been repeatedly recognized by Chambers USA, Best Lawyers®, Super Lawyers, The International Who’s Who of Insolvency & Restructuring Lawyers, and Delaware Today magazine for his work in bankruptcy and restructuring. Cousins is AV® Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell, a published author, and a frequent speaker on issues and developments in bankruptcy and insolvency law.