Accomplished bankruptcy and restructuring attorney at both the national and local level. Rising thought leader on bankruptcy law in the Rocky Mountain region. Reputation for reliability and deep business insights.
With experience representing clients in a variety of distressed situations, Amalia Sax-Bolder guides a diverse set of clients in her bankruptcy and restructuring practice. She maintains an active Chapter 11 debtor practice and also represents lenders, purchasers, secured creditors, strategic investors and trustees in Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 bankruptcies, receiverships and foreclosures. Amalia is a skilled litigator and frequently represents clients in adversary proceedings and arbitrations, relief from stay matters and property turnover disputes. In her transactional practice, Amalia provides structural advice to avoid or minimize the risks of bankruptcy in mergers and acquisitions, real estate and structured finance transactions.
Responsive and tuned in to clients’ business needs, Amalia is an emerging leader in her practice and has a unique expertise at the intersection of bankruptcy and IP issues. Amalia’s cross-sectional knowledge informs her holistic approach on a variety of different matters.
Amalia sits on the firm’s DEI Steering Committee and Summer Associate Committee. In her pro bono practice, Amalia is frequently engaged to represent nonprofit organizations in LGBTQ-related litigation across the country. She also serves as the co-chair of the board of directors at The Center on Colfax, the largest LGBTQ community center in the Rocky Mountain region.