Restructuring, bankruptcy and insolvency
With more than 50 restructuring, bankruptcy and insolvency lawyers across the Americas, Asia and Europe, we are well-positioned to represent clients in all types of distressed situations, regardless of their jurisdiction or size.
We represent corporate debtors, company directors, lenders (throughout the capital structure), bondholders, liquidators, receivers, administrators, trustees, debtor-in-possession (DIP) loan providers, insurers, pension fund trustees, special servicers, and landlords on all aspects of restructuring, bankruptcy and insolvency.
Our experience in a broad array of industries allows us to quickly identify the proper context for the business and legal issues that can arise during the course of an out-of-court restructuring or in-court insolvency proceeding. This experience extends to such diverse industries as airlines, automotive, construction, energy/natural resources, financial services, gaming/gambling, health care, hospitality, manufacturing, real estate, retail, structured finance, telecommunications and transportation.
We also have extensive experience in cross-border and formal insolvencies, working closely with colleagues in other regional offices on multi-jurisdictional matters. As a result, our lawyers continue to play an increasingly active role in a growing number of cross-border restructurings and insolvency proceedings.
Moreover, we offer an integrated, multidisciplinary team that draws on our firm’s globally lauded banking and finance, litigation, regulatory, insurance, pensions, securitisation, structured finance, derivatives, employment, real estate, ERISA and tax lawyers, worldwide. We are able to provide our clients with comprehensive and innovative solutions which serve their business needs.
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