Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring


Shari Dwoskin practices in Brown Rudnick’s Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Department. She represents debtors, bondholders, and official and ad hoc committees of creditors and equity interest holders, in both Chapter 11 restructurings and litigation arising from related disputes. Shari has experience with many facets of the restructuring process, including plan drafting and confirmation, the claims resolution process, and various matters involving motion and litigation practice.

While at the Georgetown University Law Center, Shari was Editor-in-Chief of the American Criminal Law Review, and was a member of the Georgetown Law Barristers' Council, Appellate Advocacy Division.

Prior to joining Brown Rudnick, Shari worked as a judicial intern to Chief Judge Richard W. Roberts on the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, and as a Research Assistant at Georgetown's Supreme Court Institute, which helps prepare advocates for oral argument at the Supreme Court. She served as a Law Clerk at the Children’s Law Center in Washington D.C. in the Guardian ad Litem Project.


Representation of the Ad Hoc Equity Committee in the chapter 11 cases of Bonanza Creek Energy, Inc.

Counsel to the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in the chapter 11 case of Quintess, LLC.

Counsel to the secured lenders in the chapter 11 case of Cosi, Inc.

Counsel to the Liquidation Trust in connection with the chapter 11 case of F-Squared, Inc.

Representation of the Ad Hoc Consortium of Forest Oil Noteholders in the chapter 11 case of Sabine Oil & Gas Corp.

Representation of the Debtor in the chapter 11 case of Aereo, Inc.


Georgetown University Law Center - J.D., 2014
Harvard University - M.A., 2006
McGill University - B.A., 2002

Bar Admissions

United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts