ANDREW E. JILLSON
Education & Professional Background
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, B.A. 1976 William & Mary Law School, J.D. 1980.
State Bar of Texas; American Bar Association; Dallas Bar Association; Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program
Articles, Publications & Lectures
Co-Author, “Setoff Rights and Bankruptcy D&O Litigation,” Law 360, December 22, 2009;
Author, “Technology: When Tech Companies File for Chapter 11,” Inside Counsel, April 6, 2012;
Author, “What the Outsource Case Means for Banks,” The Deal Pipeline, May 15, 2012;
Speaker, “Law Firm Restructuring 101,” as part of the State Bar of Texas Annual Advanced Business Bankruptcy Course, 2014;
Speaker, “Law Firm Insolvencies and Bankruptcies,” as part of the 2014 Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference, University of Texas School of Law, 2014;
Speaker, “Triage-Law Firm Restructuring 101,” Smith County Quarterly Bar Meeting, Spring 2014;
Speaker, “Law Firm Confidential: Your Law Firm Business Model and Your Career,” Dallas Association of Young Lawyers Meeting, Summer 2015;
Speaker, “Tales of Law Firm Dissolution,” as part of The Business of Big Law Symposium at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, February 2015;
Speaker, “Partner Compensation: Keys to Compensating Succession and Client Transition,” webinar for C4CM.com, Fall 2015.
Awards & Recognition
"Best Lawyers in Dallas," D Magazine, 2011 and 2012.
Bankruptcy; Corporate Reorganization; Distressed Transactions.