Mark Dendinger is a financial restructuring partner who focuses on all aspects of corporate restructuring, bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings. He represents debtors, equity owners, creditors, ad hoc groups, creditors’ committees, asset purchasers and other distressed investors (including hedge funds and private equity funds) in bankruptcies, acquisitions, out-of-court workouts, financings, litigation, section 363 sales and other restructuring transactions. He has received several recognitions for outstanding client representation, including by The Legal 500 United States, Restructuring (including Bankruptcy): Corporate (2019, 2023) and in each of the last eight editions of the IFLR1000 Financial and Corporate and M&A Guide (2016-2023). Most recently, he was one of only eight lawyers in the United States to be shortlisted by IFLR1000 for “United States Lawyer of the Year: Restructuring & Insolvency. Connecticut Law Tribune has named Mark a 2020 Game Changer, awarded to individuals who make a difference in the legal profession by serving as a positive force for change. In addition, he has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Connecticut School of Law, leading a course in Bankruptcy, Advanced Topics.

Prior to practicing law, Mark spent seven years as an investment professional at a multi-billion dollar private equity investment firm specializing in secondary market transactions, which brings an intrinsic business sense to his practice.