Harold L. Kaplan is a partner with Foley & Lardner LLP. He, among other things, is the leader of the firm's Corporate Trust and Bondholders Rights Team and is a member of the firm's Bankruptcy & Business Reorganizations Practice. Over the last three decades, Mr. Kaplan has represented financial institutions, debtors, trustees under the Bankruptcy Code and the Securities Investors Protection Act, foreign liquidators in ancillary proceedings, creditors' committees, and other creditor groups, including representing indenture trustees and bondholder interests. In addition to more traditional areas of practice, he has extensive experience in claims trading and regulated industry matters, including railroad, airline and other transportation reorganizations; utility and energy industry matters; securities industry and broker-dealer matters; insurance and bank insolvencies; telecommunications, gaming, oil and gas and mining proceedings; and health care industry matters, including health care finance, reorganizations, insolvencies, and other proceedings. Mr. Kaplan received his law degree from the University of Chicago Law School (J.D. 1975). He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin (M.A. 1975, B.A. 1972).