Mayer Brown Partners Matthew O’Meara and Sean Scott discussed the impact of the recent news that a New York state court judge denied a preliminary injunction request filed in the Supreme Court of New York by a group of dissenting first-lien lenders, seeking to prevent a borrower, Serta Simmons, and certain first-lien consenting lenders from
As courts across the country deal with scaled back operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, bankruptcy courts in New Jersey and Delaware have issued novel orders to address the impact of the virus on certain debtors. Last month, debtors in the chapter 11 bankruptcy cases of Modell’s Sporting Goods, Inc. and CraftWorks Parent, LLC each sought and obtained court orders suspending certain case activity which, for all intents and purposes “mothballed” the cases for a certain period of time.
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In an article for Law360, Mayer Brown partners Sean Scott, Adam Paul, Brian Trust, Tom Kiriakos and associate Tyler Ferguson discuss a recent key ruling in the Ultra Petroleum case.
Mayer Brown advised on two transactions – “Restructuring of the Year” in the $1 billion to $10 billion category, and “Chapter 11 Reorganization of the Year” in the $500 million to $1 billion category – that were honored by The M&A Advisor in its 14th Annual Turnaround Awards. The annual awards recognize the leading distressed…
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