Michael Enright is a business lawyer with a diverse practice, which includes representing debtors, committees, creditors, and other interested parties in the business bankruptcy and workout process; advising commercial enterprises regarding their business contracts, transactions, and governance; and assisting tax-exempt organizations regarding general counseling needs, exempt status, transactions, and governance.
In the insolvency area, his work also includes preference, fraudulent transfer, and other bankruptcy litigation analysis and defense.
Mr. Enright has represented tax-exempt organizations in distressed circumstances and has represented interested parties in the bankruptcy proceedings of nonprofit entities, including lenders and potential buyers.
Mr. Enright participates as a member of the American Bar Association's (ABA) Business Bankruptcy Committee, speaking annually on current developments in bankruptcy for the Task Force on Current Developments, and is active on other ABA subcommittees. He is a contributing author to the following publications:
- Collier Practice Guide (Matthew Bender), Chapter 123, "Post-Closing Matters"
- Business Workouts Manual (West), Chapter 6, "Overview of the Bankruptcy Code," and Chapter 25, "Claims Trading"
- Controller's Business Advisor (Warren, Gorham & Lamont), Chapter E-3, "Bankruptcy and Reorganization"
- Bankruptcy Exemption Manual (West), Connecticut portion
Mr. Enright also contributes to the firm's Data Privacy + Security Insider blog.