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Thad Wilson is a partner in the Atlanta office of King & Spalding and a member of the firm’s Financial Restructuring practice. Thad has represented a broad spectrum of clients in financial restructuring, corporate and insolvency matters, including bankruptcy-related government investigations and appeals. He has represented debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, and other parties in interest in major Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases.
Thad has substantial experience representing litigants in contested matters, adversary proceedings and other high stakes litigation in significant Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and insolvency proceedings involving creditors’ rights, fraudulent transfers, and alter ego, as well as representing buyers and sellers of distressed assets in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
Thad is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Turnaround Management Association, the Atlanta Bar Association and the State Bar of Georgia. He is a founding member of the Atlanta chapter of the Turnaround Management Association NextGen organization and is the current president-elect of its board. In 2014, he was elected to the initial class of Barristers of the W. Homer Drake, Jr. Georgia Bankruptcy American Inn of Court, of which he is currently a member. Thad is a frequent lecturer on bankruptcy-related issues before bar groups and in continuing legal education programs. Thad has authored and co-authored numerous articles on bankruptcy-related topics and has been published in numerous publications.
Thad received his law degree from the University of Iowa College of Law, with distinction. While in law school, Thad served as the Executive Editor of the Iowa Law Review and as treasurer of McLain Inn of Phi Delta Phi. Thad received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics, magna cum laude, from Furman University in 2005.