Timothy Graulich is a partner in Davis Polk’s insolvency and restructuring group, and focuses on international restructurings. He has substantial experience in a broad range of domestic and international restructurings, including the representation of public and private companies, agent banks and lenders, acquirers and hedge funds in connection with pre-packaged and traditional bankruptcies, out-of-court workouts, DIP and exit financings, bankruptcy litigation and Section 363 sales. In addition to his regular insolvency matters, Mr Graulich plays a key role in the firm’s representation of certain global financial institutions in connection with their Dodd-Frank resolution planning. He is a fellow of INSOL International, a frequent author, lecturer and panelist on a broad range of bankruptcy topics and a contributing author to Collier on Bankruptcy.