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Jones Day's Business Restructuring & Reorganization team has consistently been ranked among the top global restructuring practices.

Jones Day has approximately 100 restructuring lawyers working from nearly all of the major global financial hubs to provide a full range of restructuring-related services to borrowers/debtors, creditors, and other parties in complex restructurings, out-of-court workouts, chapter 11 cases, and other matters involving financially distressed entities worldwide.

Jones Day's restructuring lawyers are regularly recognized in publications such as The American Lawyer, Chambers, and Legal 500 as among the world's leading restructuring practitioners.

Even more importantly, our clients have consistently awarded us top marks.

Jones Day brings a full range of skills needed in the restructuring context, drawing on distressed-related resources from the Firm's Banking & Finance, Business and Tort Litigation (USA), Mergers & Acquisitions, Capital Markets, Real Estate, Antitrust & Competition, Tax, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation, and Labor & Employment practices.

On every engagement, Jones Day's One Firm culture means our clients get the benefit of interdisciplinary teams who—regardless of location—are aligned with current needs. Our global reach, management structure, and integrated global technologies have been purposefully designed to permit us to efficiently respond with the most effective team, strategy and experience to serve our clients best.  The Firm acts as a single entity on behalf of our clients. Our award-winning client service is the result of a dedication to delivering the best of the Firm to every client engagement.


 
Group Presentations
  Navigating Global Risk, October 16, 2013
Telecoms Conference Series: Challenges Ahead: Resilience or Fragility of Telecoms Through a Period of Economic Stagnation or Decline?, June 17, 2013
International Faculty for Executives Benelux: Security Rights Training Session, May 16, 2013
European Banking - On the Road to Union and Harmonization?, February 14, 2013
 
Past Seminar Materials
  PLI's Mergers & Acquisitions 2014: Trends and Developments, January 16, 2014
PLI's Bankruptcy & Reorganizations 2013: Current Developments, April 29, 2013
 
 
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California Supreme Court Recognizes Concepcion Requires Reversal of Sonic-Calabasas but Continues to Display Skepticism Toward Arbitration
Aaron L. Agenbroad,Christopher J. Lovrien,Jason C. Wright, November 15, 2013
On October 17, 2013, the California Supreme Court issued its second decision in Sonic-Calabasas v. Moreno. In Sonic I, the court ruled that an arbitration agreement's waiver of an administrative hearing on wage claims was void and unenforceable. In Sonic II, the court reversed its prior decision,...