Kristin K. Going has spent her career representing creditors in bankruptcies and work out situations in courts around the country. As the leader of the corporate trust team, Kristin counsels national and regional banks on default and breach of fiduciary duty issues. She regularly represents these banks in their capacity as Indenture Trustee, Security Trustee, Collateral and Security Agent, Fiscal and Paying Agent, Administrative Agent, and Collateral Manager. Kristin also has experience dealing with unusual collateral problems, derivatives and bankruptcy, Ponzi schemes and the intersection of bankruptcy and regulated industries, such as health care and telecommunications.
Kristin’s strength lies in her ability to understand the client’s business in order to craft the most effective solution to the problem. She understands the needs and concerns of the financial institution while utilizing her bankruptcy experience to maximize creditor recoveries.
Kristin is a frequent speaker for the American Bankers Association and the American Bankruptcy Institute.
She is a member of the firm's Hedge Fund Task Force and frequently advises funds and investors in cases involving fraud and Ponzi schemes, as well as funds liquidating under receivership or bankruptcy.
In General. Kristin obtained an LL.M. in bankruptcy from St. John’s University School of Law, where she prepared and defended her LL.M. thesis on venue issues affecting bankruptcy filings and proceedings.
Kristin currently serves on the ABI Law Review advisory board, the St. John's University LL.M. in Bankruptcy advisory board and the ABI Views from the Bench Advisory Board. She was named to the Superlawyers 2013 Washington D.C. Rising Stars list.
When not focusing on corporate trust or bankruptcy matters, Kristin, an avid equestrian, can be found on her former racehorse, Blue.