Christopher M. De Lillo

Associate

302.651.7528
302.651.7701 (fax)
delillo@rlf.com
Christopher De Lillo focuses his practice on corporate bankruptcy, bankruptcy litigation, corporate restructuring, and other insolvency matters.
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  • Panda Temple Power, LLC, Case No. 17-10839 (LSS) – Co-counsel to debtors
  • GulfMark Offshore, Inc., Case No. 17-11125 (KG) – Co-counsel to debtor
  • Tidewater Inc., Case No. 17-11132 (BLS) – Co-counsel to debtors
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Christopher De Lillo focuses his practice on corporate bankruptcy, bankruptcy litigation, corporate restructuring, and other insolvency matters.

In law school, Chris served as an executive notes editor of the Journal of Legislation. He also competed as a member of the Notre Dame Moot Court Board and received the A. Harold Weber Moot Court Award. Chris interned for the Honorable Samuel J. Ervin, IV, of the North Carolina Court of Appeals.

Experience

  • Panda Temple Power, LLC, Case No. 17-10839 (LSS) – Co-counsel to debtors
  • GulfMark Offshore, Inc., Case No. 17-11125 (KG) – Co-counsel to debtor
  • Tidewater Inc., Case No. 17-11132 (BLS) – Co-counsel to debtors

Publications

  • Open Face: Striking the Balance Between Privacy and Security with the FBI’s Next Generation Identification System, 41 J. Legis. 264 (2015)

Education

  • J.D., University of Notre Dame Law School, cum laude, 2016
  • B.B.A., Information Technology Management, Italian, University of Notre Dame, 2013

Admitted to Practice

  • Delaware, 2017
  • United States District Court, District of Delaware, 2017

Practices

  • Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring

Experience

  • Panda Temple Power, LLC, Case No. 17-10839 (LSS) – Co-counsel to debtors
  • GulfMark Offshore, Inc., Case No. 17-11125 (KG) – Co-counsel to debtor
  • Tidewater Inc., Case No. 17-11132 (BLS) – Co-counsel to debtors

Education

  • J.D., University of Notre Dame Law School, cum laude, 2016
  • B.B.A., Information Technology Management, Italian, University of Notre Dame, 2013

Publications

  • Open Face: Striking the Balance Between Privacy and Security with the FBI’s Next Generation Identification System, 41 J. Legis. 264 (2015)