Mrs. Victoria Guilfoyle
Rutgers University School of Law
VICTORIA is a partner and concentrates her practice on corporate bankruptcy and business reorganization matters and related litigation, where she represents chapter 11 debtors, creditors’ committees, lenders, private-equity funds and other secured creditors, chapter 11 and chapter 7 trustees, asset-purchasers, equipment lessors, utility providers, software licensors, landlords and liquidation and litigation trusts. She also prosecutes and defends against avoidance and fraudulent transfer actions brought in large chapter 11 cases. In addition to her bankruptcy work, she focuses her practice in corporate and commercial litigation matters.
Born in Australia, Tori has worked since I was 14 and taught 11 semesters of American history while she was in college and law school. Her senior thesis about the Balkans was honored at Washington College, where she was chosen to present at the Naval Academy an original paper on water scarcity in the Middle East. Her note was subsequently published in the Rutgers Law Journal, for which she served as articles editor during law school. She has visited more than 40 countries.
Tori was named a “Delaware Rising Star” in Business Bankruptcy from 2014-20 and is listed in Super Lawyers, and in 2018 she was named to the “40 Under 40” list in Philadelphia Business Journal. She is a mentor for associates, law clerks and paralegals, and she serves on Blank Rome’s Diversity, Pro Bono and Associates Committees. In addition, she offered to serve as a team leader and subleader for some of the Delaware Bankruptcy Inn of Court’s monthly presentations and was selected as a panelist for the Turnaround Management Association’s 2019 Delaware event. In her community, she volunteers as a tax-preparer at low-income taxpayer clinics and was counsel for an indigent mother seeking custody of her daughter from the Delaware Family Court.