Brad Weiland is a restructuring partner in the Chicago office.
Brad has represented debtors, lenders, and investors in restructuring matters involving financially troubled companies. Brad's practice includes advising clients with respect to operations in Chapter 11, advising senior management of distressed companies with respect to in- and out-of-court restructurings and contingency planning, and negotiating and structuring financings and other commercial transactions. In the 2019 edition of IFLR1000, Brad was recognized as a “Notable Practitioner.”
"Agrokor’s Landmark Dual Recognition Proceedings in the U.K. and U.S.; Bankruptcy Court Finds Gibbs Rule Does Not Prevent Recognition and Enforcement Under Chapter 15," Adam Paul, Brad Weiland, Kate Stephenson, Daniel Rudewicz, Kirkland & Ellis LLP Alert (November 5, 2018).
"Arcapita and the Need for Mideast Restructuring Regimes," James H.M. Sprayregen, Kamran Bajwa, Brad Weiland, INSOL WORLD (Fourth Quarter 2014).
"Circuits Split Over Credit Bidding in Sales Under Chapter 11 Plans," David R. Seligman and Brad Weiland, Real Estate Finance Journal (Winter 2011).
"Circuits Split Over Credit Bidding in Sales Under Chapter 11 Plans," David R. Seligman and Brad Weiland, Kirkland & Ellis LLP Alert (July 7, 2011).
"Break-Up Fee Denied for Stalking-Horse Bidder in Bankruptcy Asset Sale," David R. Seligman and Brad Weiland, Kirkland & Ellis LLP Alert (February 17, 2010).
Fictional Case Study Discussion and Seminar, co-paneled with Ryan Blaine Bennett and Neil Walther (Kirkland & Ellis LLP), Training the Street "Distressed Restructuring" Event, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, April 15, 2012.
Memberships & Affiliations
American Bankruptcy Institute
American Bar Association
Vice Chair of the International Bankruptcy Subcommittee of the Business Law Section
Admissions & Qualifications
- University of Chicago Law SchoolJ.D.with Honors2008
- University of Notre DameB.A., Economicsmagna cum laude2004