Georgetown University Law Center, J.D., 2013
- The Georgetown International Environmental Law Review
Columbia University, B.A., cum laude, 2010
New York, 2014
American Bankruptcy Institute
National LGBT Bar Association
Aaron Krieger is an associate in Chapman's Bankruptcy and Restructuring Group and is a member of the Banking and Financial Services Department. His practice focuses on complex commercial restructurings, trustee and creditors' rights, bankruptcy-related litigation, and distressed investing, including debt and asset trading.
Prior to joining the firm, Aaron was an associate with the law firm Ropes & Gray LLP.
Aaron’s prior experience includes the representation of clients in the following matters:
- Represented various entities as bankruptcy counsel in connection with large-scale repurchase facilities, including nearly $4 billion in master repurchase facilities related to the purchase of commercial real estate loans secured by real estate in the United States, United Kingdom, and throughout Europe.
- Represented an indenture trustee for $3.9 billion of first lien notes of Energy Future Intermediate Holding Company LLC.
- Represented an ad hoc group of first lien noteholders in the chapter 11 cases of Energy Future Intermediate Holding Company LLC and its debtor affiliates.
- Represented a multi-national quick-service restaurant franchisor in connection with the refinancing of its senior secured credit facility with a new $2.4 billion whole-company securitization financing.
- Co-Author, "Justice Deferred: What Hight Court Won't Review in Lakeridge," Law360. April 13, 2017.
- Co-Author, "Midstream Oil & Gas Contracts Seeing Changes Following Bankruptcy Court Scrutiny," ACIC Private Notes. September 2016.
- Co-Author, "Make-Whole Update: Delaware Bankruptcy Court Rules Intercreditor Agreement Does Not Permit First Lien Noteholders to Demand Payment of Previously Disallowed Make‑Whole from Junior Noteholders," Client Alert. June 27, 2016.