Courtney Rogers Perrin

Nashville
T 615.251.5592
F 615.251.5551
The Pinnacle at Symphony Place
150 3rd Avenue South, Suite 1900
Nashville, Tennessee 37201

As an attorney in both the electronic payments and blockchain groups, Courtney assists clients with acquisitions, contract negotiations, and fund formation. Clients rely on her breadth of expertise and keen insight, and Courtney appreciates the opportunity to learn about evolving industries. As electronic payments and fintech converge, Courtney has also developed knowledge in federal regulations, smart contracts, and virtual currency matters.

Prior to joining Frost Brown Todd, Courtney worked as a senior associate in municipal bankruptcy and corporate restructuring, representing clients in both transactional and litigation matters. She also served as a distressed debt and special situations analyst at a large international bank.

Representative Matters

Electronic Payments and Financial Technology Engagements

  • $1 million point of sale solutions acquisition - Lead associate counsel for the acquiring company
  • $4 million portfolio acquisition - Associate counsel for the acquiring company

Other Engagements

  • Co-counsel to trustee for $5.7 billion in special revenue water and sewer bonds issue Detroit
  • Co-counsel to trustee for sewer bonds in the Jefferson County, Alabama bankruptcy
  • Counsel to numerous creditors in the Lehman bankruptcy
  • Counsel to borrowers for credit facility compliance and procurement of health care Ioa
  • Counsel to automotive parts suppliers in the Chrysler bankruptcy

Memberships & Affiliations

  • American Bar Association
  • Chamber of Digital Commerce
  • Formerly Series 7 and 63 Licensed 

Civic & Charitable Organizations

  • Board Member and Deacon, Eastwood Christian Church (2015-current)
  • Mentor, Big Brother Big Sister Program (2013-2014)

Non-FBT Publications and Events

Co-author, "United States: What Prepaid Accounts Are Subject To The New Prepaid Rules?" Mondaq (April 2017)

Municipal Debtors: Cram Down of Special Revenue Debt, by David Lemke, Courtney Rogers, and Blake Roth

Lehman Limits Exercise of Setoff Rights in ISDA Pacts, co-authored by Courtney Rogers, Law360

In re Fedders North America, 405 B.R. 527 (Bankr. D. Del. 2009), by Courtney Rogers, 6 Int’l Corp. Rescue 307 (2009)

Tribune Bankruptcy, Presentation at The Royal Bank of Scotland Distressed Debt Conference, London, 2010

“What prepaid accounts are subject to new prepaid rules? What you need to know to be ready.” Article published in the May 2017 issue of DISCLOSURE by The Iowa Bankers Association.

Other Contact Info

Assistant

Shannon Rowan
Email
T 615.743.6798
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