Leaders in Law endorses Ted Gavin as our exclusively recommended Corporate Recovery Services expert in Delaware, USA. If you wish to get in touch with Ted please use the contact information provided above.
Ted Gavin is a nationally recognized Certified Turnaround Professional, and the firm’s managing partner responsible for development and oversight of all engagements related to bankruptcy, fiduciary (trustee), and creditors rights representations, including trusteeships of liquidating trusts, litigation consulting, creditors’ committees, lender engagements, discrete creditor and ad hoc committee engagements related to bankruptcy proceedings, out-of-court restructurings, and fiduciary assignments such as liquidation trusteeships, wind-downs, and bankruptcy liquidation alternatives.
The Deal Pipeline consistently ranks Ted as one of the top crisis managers in the U.S. based upon the number of active engagements. Recent industry recognition includes the 2016 M&A Advisor Restructuring Deal of the Year (over $100MM) award, the 2016 Turnaround Atlas Corporate Turnaround of the Year – Large Company award, and the prestigious Leadership Achievement Award. The prestigious Leadership Achievement Award honors those individuals who have contributed to numerous successful turnarounds resulting in revitalized companies, an improved economy, and job creation.
His extensive experience includes working with distressed companies and their stakeholders in diverse industries such as retail, transportation, regulated and non-regulated manufacturing, pharmaceutical and healthcare, professional services construction, and metal forming. Ted has served leadership roles in engineering, manufacturing, information technology, and regulatory affairs functions. He frequently testifies in support of unsecured creditor issues and to improve unsecured creditor recoveries. Ted’s testimony has been accepted as expert before U.S. Bankruptcy Courts.
Ted has published numerous articles and is frequently quoted in the media, including The Wall Street Journal, Law360, Crain’s, The Deal, The Journal of Corporate Renewal, CNN Money, CNN.com, Business Credit Magazine, Credit & Collections Risk, Debtwire, ABF Journal, Reuters.com, and Bloomberg.com.
- Fiduciary services
- Creditors’ rights
- Preference litigation
- Fiduciary duties of management
- Mediation and ADR services
- American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI): Former Chairman; Former President; Former Executive Committee Member
- Turnaround Management Association (TMA)
- Association of Insolvency & Restructuring Advisors (AIRA)
- Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE)
- International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC)
- Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law – Master of Legal Studies, Concentration in Dispute Resolution
- Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law – Master of Dispute Resolution
- University of Phoenix, BS – Management & Information Systems
Gavin/Solmonese redefines the traditional model of corporate consulting. We tackle difficult problems by applying strategic vision and leadership at every level of restructuring, recovery, and growth. Helping companies successfully define their place in today’s evolving market is our singular objective.
Using our collective experience and deep understanding of social, political, and economic issues, we guide your organization through today’s tough business challenges — regardless of the issue.
We’re hands-on and experienced in the difficulties many organizations face, including:
- Sluggish leadership
- Stalled negotiations
- Valuation disputes
- Brand inertia
- Ineffective public profile
Gavin/Solmonese leads companies through solutions that directly improve the bottom line.
At Gavin/Solmonese, we believe strongly in a diverse and inclusive workplace. Offering such a workplace enables us to provide a higher level of service to our clients and gives us all a competitive advantage.
For our team members to succeed, all employees and contractors must feel that they belong and are welcome as they are. We celebrate the uniqueness of each individual and believe it contributes to a better workplace for us all.
All team members must be free to contribute their personal viewpoints and perspectives and the full breadth of their experiences. Gavin/Solmonese recognizes that this cannot happen if any team member feels as if they need to hide any aspect of themselves. Truth and candor in all aspects of life are necessary to achieve a successful work-life balance. Each team member has the right to live and work openly as the person they are.
For these reasons, we have a zero-tolerance policy towards any and every form of discrimination, including on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, or gender identity related to the following:
- Employment with Gavin/Solmonese
- Consideration for work assignments
- Consideration for promotion
- Or any other work-related consideration
We require each of our employees and contractors to adhere to this non-discrimination policy, and hold our clients to the same zero-tolerance policy to which we hold ourselves. We will not allow clients to act in a discriminatory manner toward a Gavin/Solmonese employee or contactor in any respect, including on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
Furthermore, all employees and contractors are required to attend mandatory diversity training at least once a year. New employees must attend diversity training within one month of their start date.
If you have questions regarding this policy, please contact your supervisor or the Vice President of Operations.