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jenright@winstead.com

Jason Enright is a member of Winstead’s Business Restructuring/Bankruptcy Practice Group. He focuses on corporate restructuring and bankruptcy matters, including representing debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, unsecured creditors’ committees, trustees, and buyers of distressed assets in bankruptcy cases throughout the United States.

Prior to entering private practice, Jason served a two-year term as the judicial law clerk for Chief U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Ronald B. King in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas, where he assisted Judge King in reviewing all bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings, including numerous complex Chapter 11 cases. Before clerking for Judge King, Jason served as a judicial law clerk for U.S. Magistrate Judge E. Scott Frost in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, where he assisted in managing Judge Frost’s civil Docket.

During law school, Jason was a founding member of the Business & Bankruptcy Law Journal. Before law school, Jason worked in the music industry as a musician and music store owner in Austin, Texas.

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