Ms. Raubach joined HSSM in 2011 as an associate in the Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Creditor’s Rights practice group. As part of the bankruptcy team, Ms. Raubach has gained a wealth of experience representing debtors-in-possession through every stage of the Chapter 11 process, culminating in several confirmed plans of reorganization. She has dealt with the assumption and rejection of commercial leases and negotiation of settlements over cure amounts. She has spent significant time negotiating settlements and litigating issues to their resolution, including dischargeability, preference, and avoidance actions in jurisdictions throughout the United States. Ms. Raubach has also consistently represented creditors in collection actions and bankruptcy cases. Within the bankruptcy context, her collection work has included motions for relief from the automatic bankruptcy stay, objections to discharge, objections to plans of reorganization, and motions to dismiss bankruptcy cases. Outside of the bankruptcy context, Ms. Raubach has successfully prosecuted cases resulting in multi-million dollar recoveries for her creditor clients.

In addition to representing clients dealing with insolvency and collection issues, Ms. Raubach has led a variety of civil litigation cases in both the state and federal courts. Her experience covers the full range of the litigation process - from the initial filings to post-judgment motions. Ms. Raubach has also represented clients before the North Carolina Court of Appeals.

Prior to joining HSSM, Ms. Raubach worked as a summer associate at Bryan Cave, LLP and as a case clerk in the Global Finance and Debt Products group at Alston + Bird LLP. Ms. Raubach earned her Bachelor of Arts degree, with honors, in political science and German language and literature from Duke University in 2004. She went on to receive her Juris Doctor degree from Wake Forest University School of Law in 2010, where she served as associate editor of the Wake Forest Intellectual Property Law Journal, President of Wake Forest Women in Law, tutor for Decedents’ Estates and Trusts, and member of the Student Selection Committee for New Faculty. While at Wake Forest, Ms. Raubach also founded the Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy, for which she continues to serve as a member of the Board of Advisors.

Ms. Raubach is a North Carolina native, originally from Wilkes County.

Practice Areas

Education

  • Wake Forest University School of Law, JD, 2010, Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy, founder and editor-in-chief, Wake Forest Intellectual Property Law Journal, associate editor, Wake Forest Community Law and Business Clinic, clinician
  • Duke University, BA with distinction, 2004

Experience

  • Representation of Chapter 11 Debtor-in-Possession including drafting plans of reorganization, resolving plan confirmation and lien priority disputes, coordination of sale of debtor assets, monitoring of and objection to creditor claims, obtaining approval of post-petition lending and resolving state regulatory compliance issues.
  • Representation of Secured Creditors including foreclosing on real estate assets, obtaining relief from the automatic stay, and enforcing note and guarantee obligations.
  • Representation of Unsecured Creditors including filings proofs of claim and asserting and protecting statutory lien rights.

Honors + Activities

  • Board of Advisors Member, Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy
  • Volunteer, Legal Services of the Southern Piedmont
  • Volunteer, Legal Aid of the Central Carolinas
  • Member, North Carolina Bar Association Bankruptcy Section
  • Member, IWIRC (International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation)
  • Member, North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys – Charlotte Chapter
  • Member, American Bankruptcy Institute
  • Board Member, Charlotte Youth Ballet
  • Member, Mecklenburg County Civil Superior Court Committee
  • Selected as a “Rising Star” in the North Carolina Super Lawyers publication
  • Selected as a "Young Gun" in Business North Carolina's Legal Elite