Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring


Kenneth Aulet is an Associate in the Firm's Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Group.

Ken focuses his practice on bankruptcy and bankruptcy litigation, including regularly representing official committees, ad hoc committees, and other parties in interest in complex Chapter 11 cases, SIPA proceedings, and associated litigation.  Ken has particular experience in the oil and gas field, having represented parties in numerous oil and gas-related cases, and has extensive trial experience in contested bankruptcy matters, adversary proceedings, and litigation.

Prior to joining Brown Rudnick, Ken was an associate at Hughes Hubbard in their Litigation group.


Tidewater Inc.: Represented of the Official Equity Committee of Tidewater Inc., one of the largest providers of offshore service vessels in the global energy industry, in connection with a restructuring of the company’s approximately $2.04 billion of debt

Bonanza Creek: Represented the Ad Hoc Equity Committee in a contested valuation hearing regarding the reorganization of the company

Dune Energy Inc.: Currently represents Dune’s former directors and officers in litigation brought by a litigation trustee created by Dune’s Chapter 11 plan

Lyondell Chemical Company: Currently represents the Litigation Trustee of the post-Chapter 11 litigation trust

Canyon Ranch Hotel & Spa, Miami Beach: Representation of a homeowner association in post-reorganization litigation in connection with the chapter 11 filing of Canyon Ranch Miami, a luxury, full-service, ocean front condominium hotel

MF Global Inc: Represented the SIPA Trustee for the liquidation of MF Global Inc., including the review and determination of claims against the general estate and the subsequent distribution of general estate funds to those claimants

Lehman Brothers Inc: Represented the SIPA Trustee for the liquidation of Lehman Brothers Inc.


Columbia Law School, J.D., Honors, 2011
University of Pennsylvania, B.A., cum laude, 2006

Bar Admissions

New York
United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
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