Epling, Richard L
Richard L Epling represents creditors’ and bondholders’ committees, bank groups, debtors in possession and institutional lenders in Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganisation proceedings and out-of-court restructurings.
He is the leader of the firm’s New York, Northern Virginia and Washington, DC Insolvency and Restructuring Practices.
Recent representations include: Congoleum Corporation as debtor-in-possession in its Chapter 11 asbestos bankruptcy; Counsel to Special Committee, Ion Communications in its 2007 restructuring and recapitalisation with NBC Universal and Citadel Limited Partnership; XO Holdings in its 2008 debt refinancing; Chevron Corporation in its trading and joint venture relations with Enron Corporation and in Chevron’s role as investor and secured lender to Dynegy.
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