...governance practice group cochair James Moloney, securities litigation practice group cochair Meryl Young and securities litigation partner Robert Palmer are also advising on the matter...
A look at the lawyers and Am Law 200 firms handling the latest round of noteworthy Chapter 11 cases and restructuring assignments, including Quinn Emanuel and Davis Polk's representation of Brazilian
Five years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the bankruptcy landscape has forever changed, but lingering concerns remain about the health of the U.S. economy as new Chapter 11 cases are filed fo
Two key lateral hires by DLA Piper in 2011 helped the firm pick up the lead debtors' counsel role to Orchard Supply Hardware Stores, which filed for bankruptcy this week and sought to sell the bulk o
The Am Law Daily looks at the Am Law 200 firms involved in a diminishing number of notable bankruptcy filings, including those of failed social networking site Bebo, a leading nonprofit for children
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
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