Jay is an active member of Munsch Hardt’s Leadership Team, currently serving on the Firm’s Board of Directors and Compensation Committee, as well as Managing Shareholder for Munsch Hardt’s Austin office. In his legal practice, Jay concentrates on bankruptcy, reorganization and creditors’ rights, with additional experience in corporate finance and commercial litigation.
He has extensive experience representing various parties in bankruptcy and large business reorganizations including senior lenders, trustees, debtors, committees, receivers, trade creditors, bond holders and insurers in addition to commercial defendants. He has served as a Chapter 11 Trustee, and is a frequent speaker, lecturer and course instructor on restructuring and commercial litigation issues including for the State Bar of Texas.
Jay also frequently provides speeches and lectures on topics such as complex business bankruptcy issues, financial management, improving public education and persuasive speaking and writing, and has served as Co-head Coach of The University of Texas School of Law National Bankruptcy Moot Court competition teams since 2006.