The two firms are advising Coda Holdings, a struggling Los Angeles-based electric car manufacturer, as it drove into bankruptcy this week in Delaware. Coda joins the ranks of other ailing green auto
In its first-ever representation of a debtor in a Chapter 11 case, Sullivan & Cromwell put Eastman Kodak on a path out of insolvency, kept the company's U.K. and global units clear of restructuring p
A U.S. bankruptcy judge approved this week an $11 billion merger between American Airlines parent AMR and U.S. Airways Group. In other big bankruptcies of note, Kirkland & Ellis is advising Atlantic
Berkshire/3G Capital/Heinz; Dell LBO; Liberty Global/Virgin Media; Zoetis IP
Hunton & Williams is advising Atari Interactive in its bankruptcy filing in New York, as the iconic video game maker seeks to separate from its French parent in Paris. Other firms landing roles on no
Sidley Austin's work advising the Tribune Company through four years of Chapter 11 proceedings that ended last month have generated more than $100 million in fees and expenses for the firm. In additi
Federal business bankruptcy filings have fallen to their lowest levels since 2008, and one large debtor in Eastman Kodak and its lawyers from Sullivan & Cromwell are poised to exit Chapter 11 proceed
Mayer Brown is advising a group led by Ocwen Financial on its $3 billion acquisition of bankrupt mortgage lender Residential Capital's loan servicing assets, while Munger Tolles is representing Warre
Eight months after its subsidiary sought bankruptcy protection, Houston-based energy company Dynegy, represented by White & Case, has filed its own Chapter 11 case in New York as part of a $2.5 billi
Keeping up with the demands of tracking Dewey & LeBoeuf's demise has kept us off the bankruptcy beat lately, even as the firm's collapse affects some of its own clients in Chapter 11. But while Dewey
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