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We have one of the largest and most highly regarded bankruptcy practices in the nation. Our bankruptcy attorneys are experienced in representing all of the major constituencies in bankruptcy proceedings and out-of-court workouts, including debtors, committees, trustees, bondholders, asset purchasers, and third-party plan proponents. Our clients include large public corporations as well as small businesses and individuals. Our effectiveness is enhanced by this breadth of experience and our capability in virtually all aspects of chapter 11 cases as well as chapter 9 municipal bankruptcies.

  • Debtors
  • Unsecured Creditors' Committees
  • Special Interest Committees
  • Trustees & Receivers
  • Examiners
  • Middle Market Bankruptcy
  • Asset Purchasers and Investors
  • Investors in Distressed Debt
  • Municipal Bankruptcies - Chapter 9
  • Cross-Border Insolvency and Chapter 15

Group Presentations
  Bankruptcy Update, Los Angeles, June 2, 2016
Rags to riches... to rags? Financial Distress in the Retail Industry, Milan, Italy, May 23, 2016
Bankruptcy Judge Squares: The Supreme Court Edition, Washington DC, April 15, 2016
Beware of the Traps: Ethical and Fiduciary Issues for Committee Members and Professionals, Washington DC, April 15, 2016
Understanding D&O and E&O Policy Issues in Bankruptcy, Washington DC, April 15, 2016
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Delaware Bankruptcy Court Indicates That Directors and Officers of an Insolvent Company May Be Liable for Breaches of Fiduciary Duty for Failing to Provide Timely WARN Act Notice
Kenneth H. Brown,Peter J. Keane,Bradford J. Sandler, January 29, 2016
Directors and officers of distressed businesses face a dizzying array of challenges, including personal liability for unpaid wages under federal and state laws. The federal Worker Adjustment Retraining and Notification Act [1] and similar state laws (the "WARN Act") require at least 60...