Configure professionals are regularly featured as experts in the field, cited by the press, serving as guest authors, expert witnesses, and panelists.


Joseph Weissglass was a featured author in the ABL Advisor, outlining the implications of the recent evolution of the credit markets.

Nov 2017


James Hadfield led a panel discussion at the Consumer and Business Bankruptcy Institute annual meeting of the State Bar of Georgia on the evolution of bankruptcy cases in the new millennia and how Section 363 and pre-arranged cases are changing the landscape of restructurings

Dec 2017


Jay Jacquin and Joseph Weissglass spoke at Emory Law School’s course on Complex Restructurings in Chapter 11.

November 2017


Jay Jacquin spoke at the Alston & Bird Finance Forum on trends in the debt financing market


September 2017


James Hadfield moderated an expert panel at the ABI Annual Southeast Bankruptcy Workshop on the future of health care, including the challenges facing both health care providers and investors

July 2017


Jay Jacquin participated in an expert panel at the ABI Annual Southeast Bankruptcy Workshop concerning the retail industry and the perspectives of various stakeholders.

July 2017


Joseph Weissglass participated in an expert panel on financing, M&A activity and valuations within the newspaper industry, including the continued disruptive impact of digital technologies

May 2017


James Hadfield spoke on an expert panel at the TMA Annual Conference on the subject of corporate governance for distressed businesses

Nov 2016


Jay Jacquin participated in an expert panel at the ACIC Annual Meeting and Education Conference on the subject of distressed company sale transactions

October 2016


Jay Jacquin spoke to the LSTA about the nuances of the distressed sale process as a means to generate recoveries for lenders in troubled company situations

April 2016


James Hadfield and Joseph Weissglass authored an article in the Journal of Corporate Renewal. The article profiled the rise of private capital within middle market lending and potential implications on workouts.

June 2016