Prior to joining Weil, Taylor served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Robert D. Drain in the Southern District of New York, and previously served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Brian D. Lynch in the Western District of Washington. Taylor received his J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law, where he graduated Order of the Coif and served as an associate editor on the Oregon Law Review. Taylor received his B.S. in Chemistry, magna cum laude and with honors, from Appalachian State University.
Taylor has been a member of teams representing various parties in a number of restructurings, including:
- Sunlight Financial Holdings Inc. and its debtor affiliates, a leading solar financial services company, in connection with its prepackaged chapter 11 cases and acquisition by a consortium of established investors in the solar financing industry and its senior secured lender.
- Ruby Pipeline, LLC, a developer and operator of interstate natural gas pipeline and supplier of natural gas to consumers in California, Nevada, and the Pacific Northwest, in connection with its chapter 11 case.
- Kabbage, Inc. d/b/a KServicing, and its debtor-affiliates, an online loan service provider for over $7 billion of loans issued to small businesses under the Paycheck Protection Program, in their chapter 11 cases.
Creditor/Sponsor/Other Party Experience:
- Digital Currency Group, Inc. (parent of Genesis Capital) in connection with the chapter 11 cases of Genesis Global Holdco, LLC with approximately $3.4 billion in debt, as well as the BVI Liquidation Proceeding and chapter 15 case of Three Arrows Capital, Ltd. with approximately $3.5 billion in debt.
- The Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in connection with the chapter 11 cases of Cineworld Group PLC with approximately $5.35 billion in total funded debt obligations.