Erin Broderick has extensive experience advising clients on restructuring, financial litigation, and distressed transactions, representing diverse stakeholders across the dispute and transactional spectrum. She has represented numerous parties in bankruptcy proceedings and insolvency-related litigation, including equity committees, ad hoc creditor committees, purchasers, lenders, foreign representatives, indenture trustees and debtors, with a particular focus on representation of investment funds in complex restructurings and commercial litigation. Erin is recognized for her acute business acumen and ability to offer clients — from global financial institutions to start-up funds — proactive, creative and pragmatic solutions in complex and novel distressed scenarios. Erin's work frequently focuses on cross-border situations, and she has acted as counsel in cases in Australia, the UK, Switzerland, Bahrain, Canada, Spain, Mexico, Kazakhstan, Japan, and the Cayman Islands and has been involved in dozens of significant chapter 15 cases in the last decade. Erin's broad-based knowledge and experience across key global market centers allow her to effectively represent estate fiduciaries and international clients in multi-faceted and jurisdictional proceedings and transactions. Erin also advises borrowers and lenders in asset-based lending, securitization and forward-flow transactions, syndicated credit facilities, debt restructurings, subordinated and unsecured financing, convertible debt and other financing transactions, with a particular focus on representation of private equity and alternative lenders in special situation financings. Prior to joining Eversheds Sutherland, Erin was a partner at the second ranked most active private equity firm in the country and lead deal originations at a global distressed private equity firm. She also previously worked as a restructuring associate at two leading global law firms.