Taft partner Samuel Hodson has been elected to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana Board of Directors. His term will run from July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2016.
Hodson’s practice is focused on clients in transition who need assistance in acquisitions, debt restructuring, refinancing, workouts and turnarounds. He has represented both healthy and troubled companies and the individuals who own and are employed by them. These solutions have included sales inside and outside of bankruptcy, refinancing, workouts and Chapter 11 reorganizations, as well as compromises with state and local taxing authorities. His work in the insolvency area also includes representation of debtors, creditors, receivers, unsecured creditors’ committees and trustees in both federal and state courts. He also represents municipalities and the organizations with whom they do business.
Hodson currently serves as a director on the board of Music for All, a national music advocacy organization based in Indianapolis. He has also advised, on a pro bono basis, Art With A Heart, Partners in Housing and Trusted Mentors.