Dahni Barav-Johnson represents national and international clients in corporate restructuring, bankruptcy, and other insolvency-related matters. Dahni has particular experience representing corporate debtors, creditors, and creditors’ committees in Chapter 11 proceedings and complex bankruptcy litigation. In addition, she counsels clients on a variety of in-court and out-of-court insolvency and bankruptcy issues, including the sale and acquisition of assets under section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code, set-off of debts under section 553 of the Bankruptcy Code, bankruptcy litigation and appeals, bankruptcy discharges, fraudulent conveyances, preferential transfers, and fiduciary duties. Dahni has experience in, among other areas, the aviation, energy, transportation, manufacturing, mass tort, asbestos, and entertainment sectors.
Prior to joining the firm, Dahni was an associate in the Atlanta, Georgia office of an international law firm where she focused her practice on representing debtors and creditors in corporate and municipal restructurings, and other complex, bankruptcy-related matters. While attending law school, Dahni served as an intern in the Federal Public Defender’s Office in Nashville, Tennessee and as an intern in the United States Attorney’s Office in Asheville, North Carolina. She was also Managing Editor of the Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law.
Dahni was recognized in 2021, 2022 and 2023 as one of the "Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch" for Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law by The Best Lawyers in America®.
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Vanderbilt University Law School J.D. (2014) John W. Wade Merit Scholarship
Washington University in St. Louis B.A. (2007) Thomas H. Eliot Merit Scholarship
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia (2014)
International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC), Georgia Network; Board Member and Vice Chair (2023); former Community Service Co-Chair (2021-22)
Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta, Volunteer
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