In a recent article, Mayer Brown’s Matthew Wargin, Aaron Gavant, Jade Edwards, and Lauren Wray examine a new iteration of coercive sanctions imposed on potentially “double dipping” foreign creditors in Latin American airline Avianca’s chapter 11 case in the Southern District of New York. Avianca sought to sanction over 150 foreign creditors, asserting that
Restructuring partner Matt Wargin and counsel Monique Mulcare joined intellectual property partner Richard Assmus and senior tax associate Julian Dibbell on the Mayer Brown Tech Talks podcast to discuss protecting against vendor bankruptcy in service and license agreements. Listen here.
The National Rifle Association (“NRA”), along with its wholly owned Texas subsidiary, filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on January 15, 2021 in the Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas. The case already has presented several threshold issues and challenges that are of interest to both bankruptcy practitioners and the market as a whole.
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Mayer Brown partners Sean Scott, Matt Wargin, and Aaron Gavant, counsel Craig Reimer, and associate Sam Rabuck discussed the recent decision in CNH Diversified Opportunities Master Account, L.P. v. Cleveland Unlimited, Inc. from New York’s highest appellate court, the Court of Appeals, and its potential impact on minority noteholder rights in connection with a strict…