Marshall S. Huebner
Global Co-Head of Restructuring
Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP
Anthony A. Yoseloff
Executive Managing Member
Davidson Kempner Capital Management
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Marshall Huebner is global co-head of Davis Polk’s Restructuring Group. He is widely recognized as one of the country’s leading practitioners and is one of only a handful of restructuring lawyers to have been twice named a “Dealmaker of the Year” by The American Lawyer.
Mr. Huebner routinely represents financial institutions and companies in major restructurings and bankruptcies and has advised on many of the largest and most complex ones to date.
Among his major representations, he has served as lead counsel to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the U.S. Department of the Treasury in AIG, the joint administrators and liquidators of Lehman Brothers International (Europe) and its U.K. Lehman affiliates, Delta Air Lines, the administrative agent in Hertz, Purdue Pharma, Citibank in Lyondell, Ford Motor Company, Arch Coal, James River Coal, Patriot Coal, Bonanza Creek Energy, Magnetation, Frontier Airlines, Pinnacle Airlines, Pernix Therapeutics, and The Star Tribune Company.
Mr. Huebner has received numerous honors and is regularly included in listings of top restructuring lawyers published by the various rankings and publications that track the profession. He also lectures widely at multiple law schools and industry conferences.
Anthony A. Yoseloff (Tony) is the executive managing member of Davidson Kempner Capital Management LP, an alternative asset management firm based in New York with over $35 billion in assets under management. Mr. Yoseloff joined the firm in 1999. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Princeton University, The New York Public Library, and Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America. He also serves on the investment committee of The New York Public Library and is a member of the Board of Directors of PRINCO, the investment manager of the Princeton University endowment.
Mr. Yoseloff received a J.D. from Columbia Law School and an M.B.A. from the Columbia Graduate School of Business Administration in 1999. He earned an A.B., cum laude, from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University in 1996.
Colorado native Governor Jared Polis is an entrepreneur, education leader, public servant, and Colorado’s first Jewish governor.
After launching several successful companies, including one out of his college dorm room, Jared committed himself to tzedakah and tikkun olam: giving back to the Colorado community and helping to repair our world. Jared founded schools for at-risk students and new immigrants, and started nonprofits to help veterans and entrepreneurs.
Prior to serving as governor, Jared served on the State Board of Education and represented Colorado's 2nd Congressional district, where he supported a strong US-Israel relationship and worked to fight against antisemitism and white supremacy.
Since being elected governor, he signed the Holocaust and Genocide Education in Public Schools bill. As an ally and friend, Jared continues to push back against attempts to delegitimize Israel, including by the dangerous ideas fueled by the BDS movement. He continues to advocate for strengthening the U.S.-Israel relationship. Jared has defended the prestigious Latke in the “Latke vs Hamentashen'' debate, held Colorado’s inaugural Passover seder in the Governor’s Residence, and worked hand in hand with faith communities across the state to help expand critical access to medically underserved Coloradans.
Deeply committed to the Jewish people her entire life, Amy believes that taking an active role in shaping the Jewish future is both a responsibility and an opportunity. Before becoming UJA’s president, Amy served in a number of positions at UJA. Most recently, she focused on Jewish identity and next-generation engagement, and was chair of the Jewish Life Department.
Amy has also served on UJA’s Executive Committee and Board of Directors. Her earlier involvement included being on the Executive Committee of Business and Professional Women and the National Women’s Young Leadership Cabinet. During that time, she founded the New York Young Couples Division and was honored with the Leadership Development Division’s Humanitarian Service Award.
Amy has held a number of leadership positions at the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, including serving on its Executive Committee. She was the first woman chair of Park Avenue Synagogue. She was a Wexner Heritage Fellow, chair of the Board of Trustees of the Town School, and vice chair of National Hillel.
A proud native of Wichita, Kansas, Amy previously had a career at IBM in marketing. She and her husband, Robert, have three children: Will (and Lindsay), Teddy (and Ali), Ellie (and Matthew), and two grandchildren. She currently lives in Manhattan.
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