Crain’s New York Business has named Jones Day's Corinne Ball to the publication's second annual list of Notable Women in Law. This recognition celebrates attorneys who have impacted New York City in major ways. It honors the achievements of the brightest and boldest legal minds; those with both distinguished careers and exceptional civic and philanthropic activities.
Ms. Ball co-leads Jones Day’s New York Office's Business Restructuring & Reorganization Practice and leads the Firm's European Distress Investing and Alternative Capital Initiatives. She has nearly 40 years of experience in business finance and restructuring, with a focus on complex corporate reorganizations and distressed acquisitions, both court-supervised and extra judicial, including matters involving multijurisdictional and cross-border enterprises. Her civic and philanthropic activities include serving as a trustee of Catholic Charities of New York and on the Cardinal’s Committee on Charity, and in 2015, she was the winner of the prestigious St. Francis Service Award for her work. Ms. Ball is the founder and serves on the board of Catholic Renewal, an organization of more than 1,500 restructuring professionals that raise millions to fund the "feeding our neighbors" program of Catholic Charities of New York. Ms. Ball received The Lincoln Center Corporate Council Achievement Award, as their most distinguished member, working to raise record-breaking amounts to fund programs hosted by the Lincoln Center for Autistic Children.
Read Corinne Ball’s 2019 Notable Women in Law profile.
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