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Frost Brown Todd (FBT) has added Partner Rebecca Matthews to the Bankruptcy & Restructuring Practice Group in the firm’s Dallas office.

Matthews brings experience that spans across all aspects of restructuring and reorganization, including the representation of debtors, lenders, creditors, landlords, and trustees. She has litigated a broad range of proceedings and has worked extensively in the energy, oil and gas, real estate, banking and financial services, retail, and telecom industries.

“We are thrilled to welcome Rebecca to the firm. We have known Rebecca and even co-counseled with her over the years. Her extensive experience will be a valuable resource for Frost Brown Todd’s current and future clients,” said A.J. Webb, Frost Brown Todd Bankruptcy & Restructuring Practice Group Leader. “Rebecca’s vast knowledge, paired with her client-focused approach, will only strengthen what our clients have already come to expect from our Bankruptcy & Restructuring Practice Group.”

Additionally, Matthews has significant experience representing clients in cases before both the federal bankruptcy and district courts and regularly speaks on matters ranging from the unique aspects of litigating in bankruptcy court to legal ethics.

“Rebecca is not only a skilled practitioner, she’s also deeply ingrained in the North Texas community,” said Eddy Moore, partner-in-charge of Frost Brown Todd’s Dallas office. “Rebecca serves several nonprofit organizations and is a great example of a recognized leader who serves as a mentor and community servant. We’re proud to add her to our team.”

Matthews has served the boards of the International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation, Turnaround Management Association, and Women’s Energy Network. She is a graduate of the University of California at Los Angeles School of Law and did her undergraduate studies at the University of Delaware. She is admitted to practice in both Texas and California.

FBT’s Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice Group has a national footprint, having represented parties in insolvency matters in more than 25 states across the U.S. in just the last five years. The practice group helps clients pursue the best strategy for complex restructuring and insolvency scenarios. FBT’s Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice Group also develops practical exit strategies by leveraging the firm’s strengths in related service areas, such as international law, tax, securities, banking, insurance, environmental, real estate, labor, employment law, and litigation.