Wojciech represents debtors and creditors (and creditors’ committees) in corporate restructuring and turnarounds, liquidations, and bankruptcy. He also advises purchasers of distressed assets, parties to out-of-court workouts, trustees, and post-confirmation trusts. Wojciech frequently represents plaintiffs and defendants in a wide range of commercial litigation, including disputes involving business partners and investors, startups, contract disputes, and real estate transactions. Throughout his career, Wojciech has advised clients in various industries, including media, chemicals, real estate, hospitality, retail, airline, pharmaceutical, poultry, nursery, fiber optics, nutritional supplements, and manufacturing.

As a former clerk for two federal bankruptcy judges, Wojciech garnered invaluable insights which continue to inform the comprehensive and highly efficient legal representation he provides to clients.

In addition to his law degree, Wojciech holds a certification of Corporate Counsel from Syracuse College of Law's Center for Law & Business Enterprise. He is a member of the Polish American Chamber of Commerce and numerous other U.S.-based and international organizations.

Representative Experience

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  • Company/Chapter 11 Debtor Representations: Aceto Corporation, Rising Pharmaceuticals, ConnectEdu, Mantara, UNX, Dots, Biolitec, Ocean Place Resort, Jobson Medical, Strauss Discount Auto, EPV Solar, and El Taller Colaborativo
  • Official Creditors' Committee Representations: Knotel, Latex Foam International (Talalay Global), ONE Aviation, Gibson Brands, Rentech, Appvion, Vitamin World, Short Bark Industries, CST Industries Holdings, Rupari Holding, Lily Robotics, Xtera Communications, Taylor Wharton, Standard Register, Exide Technologies, Phoenix Payment Systems, Zacky Farms, Hussey Copper, General Maritime, Ion Media Networks, Nebraska Book Company, Ambassadors International, Consolidated Horticulture Group, American Safety Razor, Star Tribune Holdings, Foamex International (II), Pappas Telecasting Incorporated, Archway Cookies, Rehrig International, Leiner Health Products, Advanced Marketing Services, Global Homes Products, and Pliant Corporation
  • Significant Third-Party Representations: TPC Group, Armstrong Flooring, Wesco, 14 Burma, Azure, American Airlines, Hostess Brands, HearUSA, Blockbuster, Corus Bankshares, Lehman Brothers, Lyondell Corporation, Chemtura Corporation, Pilgrim's Pride, Bigler, and Fortunoff


  • Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable J. Philip Klingeberger of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Indiana, 2003-2005
  • Judicial Extern to the Honorable Stephen D. Gerling of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of New York, 2002

Honors & Awards

  • Named an “Outstanding Young Restructuring Lawyer” by Turnarounds & Workouts, April 2013

Thought Leadership

Selected Publications

Media Mentions

  • Quoted in Reorg Research regarding the Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings of Appvion, Inc., March 8, 2018
  • Quoted in Debtwire and Law360 with respect to disputes surrounding approximately $325 million in secured financing sought in the bankruptcy proceedings of Appvion, October 30, 2017
  • Quoted in Reorg Research with respect to a decision issued by a U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Short Bark Industries case pending in Delaware, September 18, 2017
  • Quoted in Law360 regarding the unsecured creditors’ committee's opposition to Taylor-Wharton International LLC's proposed financing and sale procedures, October 27, 2015
  • Mentioned in Education Week regarding privacy policy and personal data issues in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of ConnectEDU, December 9, 2014