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"Cadwalader excels on both the debtor and creditor sides, and has one of the most prominent and successful groups" - Chambers USA

Cadwalader's restructuring, bankruptcy, insolvency and workout group is distinguished by broad experience, the diverse nature of our clients, our significant global expertise and our leading attorneys. Our practitioners, many of whom are internationally recognized in their field, bring clients the business acumen and in-depth legal knowledge necessary to successfully navigate complex restructurings and reorganizations.

Our team includes professionals in both the United States and the United Kingdom who advise clients with interests in North America, Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Africa, quickly responding to cross-border restructurings and advising on some of the most complex international insolvencies.

We represent leading public and private corporations, business entities, commercial and investment banks, investment management firms, funds, and insurance companies in their varied capacities as debtors, bondholders, creditor committee members, borrowers, asset purchasers, and other roles involved in financial restructuring transactions and reorganization cases.

By using a multidisciplinary approach, our clients benefit from Cadwalader's strong experience in financial restructuring and bankruptcy, municipal finance, corporate, finance, real estate, capital markets, litigation, and tax structuring.

On behalf of our diverse client base, we are involved in all facets of bankruptcy, complex reorganizations, insolvencies, restructurings, and workouts in a wide range of industries:

  • aerospace and air transportation
     
  • cable
     
  • commodities
     
  • electronics
     
  • energy
     
  • financial products and services
     
  • gaming and resorts
     
  • healthcare
     
  • insurance
     
  • manufacturing
     
  • media
     
  • military and defense
     
  • municipal finance
     
  • oil and gas
     
  • rail
     
  • real estate
     
  • retail
     
  • shipping
     
  • steel
     
  • telecommunications
     
  • utilities

Our Financial Restructuring team is actively involved in teaching, lecturing and writing on a wide variety of topics relating to bankruptcy and restructuring. Many have authored internationally recognized treatises, articles, and other materials relating to creditors' and debtors' rights, both within and outside of the United States. The team is supported by more than 30 attorneys with experience in bankruptcy matters.

In 2012, we publicly launched our Restructuring Review in a new and improved online format at www.restructuringreview.com. Our new blog portal provides up-to-date commentary on rulings, ongoing cases, breaking news and other issues in the world of restructuring, bankruptcy and insolvency. We offer case studies, commentary, legal analysis and insightful opinions on the sector's most important decisions and developing events as well as insight on the significance of global transactions and litigation matters from the experienced professionals in our Financial Restructuring practice.
 


 

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Insurers Seek Enforcement of State Law Protections for City of Detroit GO Bonds
, November 13, 2013
On November 8, 2013, three monoline insurers of the City's general obligation bonds commenced adversary proceedings in the City of Detroit bankruptcy case. Through these actions, the monoline insurers seek to compel enforcement of the status quo for the general obligation bonds by requiring the...

Risk Retention for Collateralized Loan Obligations (CLOs): Re-Proposal Fact Sheet
, September 03, 2013
On August 28, 2013, the federal agencies (the “Applicable Regulators”) responsible for implementing regulations under Dodd-Frank re-proposed rules for risk retention requirements in ABS transactions, including CLO transactions. The re-proposal comes more than two years after the...

ESMA Consults on the Extra-Territorial Application of EMIR
, August 16, 2013
On 17 July 2013, the European Securities and Markets Authority (“ESMA”) published a consultation paper (the “Consultation Paper”) on draft regulatory technical standards (“RTS”) aimed at implementing certain provisions of the European Markets Infrastructure...