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Edward T. Gavin
Managing Partner | Gavin/Solmonese
Edward (Ted) Gavin is a Certified Turnaround Professional and managing partner in Gavin/Solmonese’s Wilmington, DE office. He has more than15 years of experience working with distressed companies and their stakeholders in diverse industries including retail, transportation, regulated and non-regulated manufacturing, pharmaceutical and healthcare, professional services construction, and metal-forming, among others. Gavin has served leadership roles in engineering, manufacturing, IT and regulatory affairs functions. He has extensive experience in strategic planning, process re-engineering, and hands-on management in for-profit, non-profit and public sector operations and he frequently testifies in bankruptcy courts in support of creditor issues and to improve unsecured creditor recoveries.

Gavin serves on the Board of Directors of the American Bankruptcy Institute and served on the American Bankruptcy Institute’s National Ethics Standards Task Force. He speaks frequently on professional ethics and creditor topics and has created educational sessions for the Delaware Bankruptcy Inns of Court. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Women’s Campaign International and EMILY’s List, and has worked extensively in administration of non-profit entities. More recently, Gavin has been named to the board of the National LGBT Museum, and has been elected chairperson of the Board to the newly established Oliver-Grayson Holding Company, Benefit LLC.

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With a decrease of population by nearly two-thirds, and the flight of nearly 30% of its residents since 2000, Detroit struggles to meet the demands of a population spread over a large geographic footprint, and with a tax base that can’t support itself. Read Full Article

August 20, 2013 @ 07:00 AM

Contrary to what is being said, the Hostess Bankruptcy isn’t a story of greedy management or unions run amok. Ted Gavin of Gavin/Solmonese contends this is story of how given common facts and circumstances, parties can define their realities in fundamentally different ways. Read Full Article

December 12, 2012 @ 08:00 AM