Regan is a fourth-year associate in the firm’s Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy Group.
His experience includes the representation of a number of different parties and interests in Chapter 11 corporate bankruptcies, including a number of large financial institutions, debtors, and landlords in those proceedings. He has also pursued and defended various preference and fraudulent transfer lawsuits under the Bankruptcy Code and state law. Additionally, he has assisted clients in out-of-court workouts and related proceedings, including institutions that have purchased troubled loans and distressed debt from other lenders, and are seeking to protect their rights and/or collateral.
Regan received his law degree from Washington and Lee School of Law in Lexington, VA, and earned his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University, where he majored in Economics and History. In Birmingham, he is involved with the Red Mountain Park Junior Board and the Junior Board for the First Light Shelter in Birmingham.