Amber Fly | Insolvency and Commercial Bankruptcy Attorney | Austin – Husch Blackwell


Drawing on multiple judicial clerkships and her experience in private practice, Amber provides clients with a 360-degree perspective on navigating the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
Amber maintains a broad bankruptcy law practice, representing creditors, debtors, and trustees through every phase of bankruptcy and related litigation.  She enjoys the intellectual challenge presented by the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, but also understands that her clients have business challenges that require practical, real-world solutions. She works closely with clients and colleagues to formulate strategies and tactics to preserve corporate value and achieve business objectives.
Amber has been involved with virtually all phases of the bankruptcy process, including out-of-court reorganizations, chapter 11 restructurings, and business litigation occasioned by or involving financial distress.
Amber has twice served a clerkship with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Western District of Texas, first for Ret. Chief Judge Ronald B. King (2016-17) and then for Judge H. Christopher Mott (2020-21), where she acquired valuable knowledge on challenging legal issues relating to adversary proceedings and Chapter 11, Subchapter V, Chapter 7, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases.
Amber is an avid runner and enjoys listening to live music around Austin. Being raised in the Texas Hill Country, she loves to spend time in the great outdoors with her partner, Chelsea, and rescue dog, Ziggy Stardust.
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