Jordan Kroop is a partner in Squire Sanders’ Restructuring & Insolvency Practice Group, resident in the Phoenix and New York offices. His practice emphasizes corporate bankruptcy, reorganization and restructuring matters.
Professor Kroop represents publicly traded and privately held corporate debtors and significant creditors including secured lenders, official creditor committees, commercial lessors and financial institutions in some of the largest Chapter 11 cases in the nation. He has also handled disputes concerning corporate and real property taxation, asset-based financing, consumer protection laws and partnership liability.
Professor Kroop frequently appears before federal courts throughout the country and has accumulated substantial courtroom experience in motion practice, evidentiary hearings and appellate proceedings. He has represented clients in dozens of industries including heavy manufacturing, high-tech, real estate development, hospitality, gaming, retail and construction.
Professor Kroop served as debtor’s counsel for the Phoenix Coyotes, the National Hockey League team, in its Chapter 11 filing and subsequent sale. He is the co-author of “Chapter 11 Cases Involving Professional Sports Franchises” in the Collier Guide to Chapter 11: Key Topics and Selected Industries (LexisNexis, 2011) and the two-volume treatise Bankruptcy Litigation and Practice: A Practitioner’s Guide (Aspen, 4th Ed., 2008), as well as the previous third edition of that treatise (Aspen, 3rd Ed., 2000) and The Executive Guide to Corporate Bankruptcy (Beard Books, 2nd Ed., 2010).
Assistant: Amber Tanner
J.D., University of Virginia School of Law, 1994
A.B., Brown University, 1991