Ed Caldie provides insight and solutions to creditors' committees, trustees, financial institutions, individual creditors, corporate debtors, buyers, servicers, public companies, investment funds, and others in complex bankruptcies, workout scenarios, insolvency situations, and related issues and disputes. Ed’s practice typically involves distressed assets and companies, commercial workouts, and Chapter 11 bankruptcies involving bond defaults or other complex structures. Ed's clients consider him a trusted advisor because he is creative, but still practical, and he remains intensely focused on his client's unique objectives throughout the life of each matter.
Ed routinely counsels Fortune 500 companies, unsecured creditors’ committees, oil and gas companies, trustees, lenders and other financial institutions, equipment lessors, public companies, corporate debtors, and other secured and unsecured creditors in a wide variety of Chapter 11 bankruptcies, civil lawsuits, workouts, commercial disputes, and negotiations.
Ed started his legal career in the Washington D.C. offices of Winston & Strawn, LLP where he gained valuable experience in the areas of bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, banking litigation, corporate internal investigations and securities fraud. Ed returned to the Midwest with his family in 2008 and, since that time, he has successfully represented his clients in a wide range of insolvency proceedings, disputes, workouts, and negotiations in cases venued in Minnesota, Delaware, the Southern District of New York, and elsewhere across the country.