Trey has nearly three decades of experience managing insolvency, restructuring, commercial bankruptcy and workout issues.
Former national restructuring counsel for a Fortune 100 corporation, Trey provides legal guidance informed by a depth of business knowledge that spans the retail, hospitality, manufacturing, health care and energy sectors. He advises a broad range of clients, including debtors, committees, indenture trustees, lenders, private equity firms, landlords, working interest and royalty owners, strategic and financial buyers and equity holders. Additionally, he regularly serves as a court-appointed mediator for bankruptcy disputes.
A thought leader in his field, Trey is the author of LexisNexis' “Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy” and “Lender Liability" modules. His analyses on the automatic stay and preferences and fraudulent transfers were recognized by Law360 as among its most widely read analyses for several years running.
Before Fox Rothschild
Prior to joining Fox Rothschild, Trey was a partner in the bankruptcy and restructuring practice of a national law firm.
Trey served as a judicial Intern for Judge Letitia Clark of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of Texas.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
Trey served two consecutive years as course director of the State Bar of Texas Advance Business Bankruptcy Conference and has served five consecutive years as an upper-level student mentor at the University of Houston Law Center.
Honors & Awards
- Named to "The Best Lawyers in America" list for Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law (2015-2021) and Litigation - Bankruptcy (2015-2021) in Texas by Best Lawyers
- Martindale Hubbell, AV Preeminent™ Rating
- Arthur L. Moller/David B. Foltz, Jr. American Inn of Court