Profile submitted by J Robert Forshey
Bankruptcy - Restructuring
State Bar of Texas; Tarrant County Bar Association Bankruptcy Section; AV Peer Rating by Lexis Nexis Martindale-Hubbell
Mr. Forshey is Partner with 39 years of experience in the areas of bankruptcy, business reorganizations and workouts, debtor and creditors' rights. He has successfully represented a wide range of clients from the debtors in the largest Texas bankruptcy reorganization case to and small companies seeking reorganization relief. He also represents creditor committees, lenders, and bondholder groups. He was selected to the "2017 Texas Super Lawyers" and since inception of such recognition by Super Lawyers Magazine. Mr. Forshey is Board Certified in Business Bankruptcy by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and serves on TBLS-Bankruptcy Law Exam Commission.
“Requirements for Claim-Reservation Provisions Growing Clearer,” Co-Author with Matthew Maben and Clarke Rogers, Texas Lawyer, February 18, 2013; “A Brief Note on Preserving Claims in Chapter 11 Plans,” Co-Author with Clarke Rogers, Presented at the 30th Annual Advanced Business Bankruptcy Course, Houston, Texas, September 2012; "Bankruptcy Pitfalls in Civil Trials: A Litigator's Guide to Bankruptcy" - State Bar of Texas: Advanced Civil Trial Course 2010, San Antonio, Dallas and Houston, Texas; “Bankruptcy Pitfalls in Civil Trials: A Litigator’s Guide to Bankruptcy,” Co-Author with Clarke Rogers, Presented at the State Bar of Texas Advanced Civil Trial Course, San Antonio, Texas, July 2010.
Baylor Law School, J.D., Cum Laude 1979 (Notes and Comments Editor and Symposium Editor of the Baylor Law Review, 1978-79). Baylor University, B.A. 1976 Magna Cum Laude. Admitted to practice in Texas, United States District Court for the Northern, Western, Eastern and Southern Districts of Texas and Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Board Certified Business Bankruptcy by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization