Finance, Corporate Restructuring and Bankruptcy matters are the focus of Tim Carter's practice. He represents agents, lenders and borrowers in lending transactions and debtors, creditors and committees in insolvency proceedings. Tim is an associate with Goulston & Storrs.
Prior to joining firm, Tim served as an editor, teaching assistant and student judge for Columbia Law School’s foundation year moot court program. He also volunteered with the New York City Bankruptcy Assistance Project, advising low-income individuals on bankruptcy issues.
- Representing creditors in insolvency proceedings throughout the U.S.
- Representing agents and lenders in connection with credit facilities for borrowers in a wide range of industries including retail, hospitality, professional services, waste removal and technology companies.
- Representing lenders and sponsors in private equity acquisition finance matters.
- Representing defendants in preference and fraudulent transfer litigation brought by bankruptcy trustees.
- Consulting on special purpose entity formation, structuring and management; Analyzing consolidation risks and providing opinions on substantive consolidation in connection with corporate and real estate finance transactions.
Professional and Community Involvement
- Turnaround Management Association
- American Bankruptcy Institute
- Public Policy Committee, Co-Chair, Bankruptcy Section, Boston Bar Association
- New Lawyers Committee, Former Co-Chair, Bankruptcy Section, Boston Bar Association
- Calendar Clerk, Bankruptcy Section, Boston Bar Association
Awards and Recognition
- Massachusetts Super Lawyers Rising Stars, 2013-2015
- President’s Volunteer Service Award, Corporation for National and Community Service, 2013-2014
- Stone Scholar, Columbia Law School