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Bankruptcy/Restructuring — District of Columbia


Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP - Bankruptcy/Restructuring Department

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第一等

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What the team is known for Market leaders in representing large corporations in complex bankruptcy matters. Also noted for its handling of cross-border bankruptcies and sovereign debt restructuring. Acts for an array of clients including financial institutions, private equity firms and technology companies.

Strengths Clients say: "All the lawyers are incredibly smart, creative and very calm under pressure."

One commentator says: "They're not aggressive except when we want them to be; they are very practical deal-makers who know how to get the deal done."

Work highlights Acted for First Investment Bank on cross-border bankruptcy and restructuring litigation brought by the Trustee for Ayr Logistics.

Advised venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, concerning the insolvency of technology company Jumio.

Notable practitioners

Michael L Bernstein's roster of clients includes high-profile asset managers and venture capital firms. He is experienced advising on high-value bankruptcy and restructuring cases, and also acts in related litigation. One source says: "He knew bankruptcy law inside out, helped any time of day or night in allowing us to bounce ideas off him, and helped us navigate tricky issues."

Rosa Evergreen regularly represents major financial institutions and corporations active in a range of sectors, including healthcare and real estate, on bankruptcy matters. She is experienced in both contentious and noncontentious cases. One source comments: "She is hard-working, has a great memory and she is always on top of the facts. She is able to keep track of all the details and is very helpful leading us through this process."

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Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP - Bankruptcy/Restructuring Department

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What the team is known for A national leader in the bankruptcy sphere, with an impressive presence in DC. Noted for its representation of both creditors and debtor-side clients, including secured and unsecured creditor committees and distressed companies. Handles bankruptcy matters pertaining to a broad range of industries, notably including the energy sector. Skilled in litigation as well as noncontentious proceedings.

Strengths One source says: "They are one of the top restructuring firms, very intelligent and definitely creative."

Another commentator adds that "they are great at managing ad hoc groups and the egos in the room" and says: "They can go to court, fight hard and get results but also know how to cut a deal at the right time."

Work highlights Acted for a group of secured noteholders of CHC Helicopter, concerning the restructure of $1 billion of debt obligations.

Advised Coso Geothermal on out-of-court negotiations to restructure $800 million of debt.

Notable practitioners

James Savin is a well-regarded practitioner with experience in contentious and noncontentious bankruptcy matters in a range of industries. He frequently represents creditor committees on Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. He is also capable acting for debtors. Sources praise him for being "very commercial and practical" and add that "he pays very good attention to detail, is extremely hard-working and turns things around quickly when needed."

Scott Alberino is particularly experienced representing clients from the energy sector, including ad hoc and informal groups of noteholders of secured and unsecured debt. Sources say: "He is a super-intelligent lawyer who is pragmatic in negotiations and makes an effective mediator in tense situations with a variety of competing interests."

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Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP - Bankruptcy/Restructuring Department

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第二等

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What the team is known for Represents leading financial institutions and multinational corporates in connection with restructuring matters in a variety of sectors including energy, shipping and technology. Works with creditors, debtors and bondholders in bankruptcy proceedings and debt-related lawsuit defence and appeals.

Strengths Clients say they are conscientious and deal-focused.

Work highlights Acted for California technology company Lily Robotics regarding its Chapter 11 proceedings in Delaware, involving the issue of pre-order refunds to customers and the sale of intellectual property.

Counseled oil-and-gas industry service provider, Ocean Rig, concerning deleveraging and recapitalization of $6 billion of debt obligations.

Notable practitioners

Jonathan Guy offers strategic bankruptcy advice and litigation expertise to investment firms and industrial manufacturers.

Douglas Mintz frequently counsels financial services clients on high-value restructuring mandates.

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WilmerHale - Bankruptcy/Restructuring Department

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What the team is known for Well regarded for its representation of creditors in complex bankruptcy litigation. Also handles bankruptcy cases in relation to home mortgages. Counts major financial services groups and media companies among its clientele.

Strengths Clients say: "They are very experienced and professional, with a very practical sense about them."

Sources say that the team "has great raw brainpower and they are great at high-profile appellate and Supreme Court work."

Work highlights Advised Hartford Financial Services Group in connection with the bankruptcy of the Soy Butter Company.

Assisted the Loan Syndications Trading Association on aspects of public policy, including filing an amicus brief connected with the Tousa bankruptcy case.

Notable practitioners

Craig Goldblatt often counsels groups of creditors and insurance companies on high-end bankruptcy matters. He is well versed in complex bankruptcy litigation and issues arising from changing policy. Market commentators say: "He has a first-class intellect and is a very strong written communicator as well as a leading appellate bankruptcy lawyer."

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From billion-dollar fraudulent transfer litigation and appellate resolution of cutting-edge bankruptcy issues to multi-national Chapter 11 restructurings, WilmerHale has been at the forefront of complex financial restructuring and bankruptcy litigation and policy matters for decades.

Legal issues in bankruptcy are often complex and evolve at a fast pace. Addressing these issues requires the persistence, focus and dedication of counsel with sophisticated legal skills in order to turn difficult financial issues into opportunities. Our lawyers have decades of experience advising clients in virtually all aspects of financial restructuring matters—both in and out of court—and in complex bankruptcy litigation, regulation and policy matters across the globe. We collaborate regularly with lawyers in the firm’s corporate, debt finance, securities, derivatives, real estate, tax, international trade, intellectual property, venture capital, regulatory, and insurance groups to advise clients and achieve successful results for them. We have extensive experience where bankruptcy and financial institutions issues intersect, and on matters where bankruptcy and intellectual property issues overlap.

To learn more, visit us at: https://www.wilmerhale.com/bankruptcy/

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Arent Fox LLP - Bankruptcy/Restructuring Department

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第三等

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What the team is known for Solid presence in midmarket bankruptcy and restructuring work, with experience in handling bankruptcy litigation and distressed asset acquisitions. Represents a range of clients in these matters, including creditors, distressed companies, buyers and sellers of distressed assets, committees and indenture trustees.

Notable practitioners

Mary Joanne Dowd's broad experience includes advising entities in the transport, construction and financial sectors on issues from both the creditor and debtor sides. Market sources also comment that "she is a great expert in real estate bankruptcy." She represents clients in litigation and assists with out-of-court consensual restructurings.

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Arent Fox handles financial and corporate restructurings and recapitalizations, bankruptcy-related and strategic litigation as well as distressed asset and corporate acquisitions throughout the country. We represent creditors’ committees, indenture trustees, bondholders, contract counterparties, secured creditors, lenders, financing syndicates and providers of financing in bankruptcy proceedings in numerous industries, including health care, energy, oil and gas, exploration and production, mining, airline, life sciences, manufacturing, retail, telecommunications, metals, subprime lending, e-commerce and Internet, energy, restaurant, hotel and hospitality, medical technology, pharmaceuticals, construction, real estate, and bank and finance holding companies.



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Caplin & Drysdale, Chartered - Bankruptcy/Restructuring Department

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What the team is known for Notable insolvency practitioners with expertise in the handling of creditor interests in complex bankruptcies. Also known for its niche expertise in advising on asbestos-related claims and other mass tort-driven bankruptcy.

Strengths Market commentators describe it as "an excellent firm with sophisticated appreciation for the nuances of complex litigation."

Further sources say that the firm "has enormous expertise, experience and a deep well of knowledge, especially about mass tort bankruptcy cases and how they differ from other types of bankruptcy."

Work highlights Counseled the Pittsburgh Corning Unsecured Asbestos Creditors Committee in negotiating $3 billion of funding with the debtor to be held in trust for the settlement of present and future personal injury claims.

Advised the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of City Homes III on a proposed restructuring of the holding corporation arising from liabilities associated with lead exposure.

Notable practitioners

Sources say that Trevor Swett "has an extremely good courtroom demeanor and a very good strategic mind." He advises creditors on a range of insolvency and restructuring matters, including those arising from actual or potential mass tort claims.

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For over 30 years, Caplin & Drysdale’s bankruptcy litigation practice has protected the rights of creditors in courts throughout the United States. The firm is regularly retained in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases to analyze and resolve high-profile, complex and cutting edge disputes. From the unique to the routine, the practice encompasses the full range of issues potentially affecting creditors in bankruptcy proceedings.

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Covington & Burling LLP - Bankruptcy/Restructuring Department

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第三等

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What the team is known for Bankruptcy and restructuring team with experience advising a full range of parties in bankruptcy-related matters, including creditors, debtors, committees, landlords and employees. Maintains a notable niche advising on bankruptcy proceedings connected to the gaming sector.

Strengths One client says that "with Covington, I can always expect great responsiveness and top-notch legal advice," and remarks that "the team is strong and deep and I have never felt that there are gaps in knowledge or areas of the law that they couldn't adequately cover."

Another source reports that "the legal advice is very clear and very prompt, and they are responsive to what we ask."

Work highlights Acted for the Chapter 11 Trustee of Money Centers of America regarding liquidation of the debtor's business and investigation of alleged financial misconduct connected to the bankruptcy.

Counseled Kancor as the largest creditor in the bankruptcy proceedings of ATC Ingredients.

Notable practitioners

Michael St Patrick Baxter is a pre-eminent professional who assists clients facing high-value bankruptcy issues. He frequently works with Chapter 11 trustees on complex and sensitive cases. Clients call him "a consummate professional and unassailable expert in his field," saying that "he quickly identifies the critical issues and provides solutions and expected outcomes based on his deep knowledge of the relevant law and his past experience with similar cases."

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Stinson Leonard Street LLP - Bankruptcy/Restructuring Department

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What the team is known for A capable local outfit that often assists entities in the technology and healthcare sectors. Experienced in litigation cases as well as out-of-court negotiations. Acts on debtor, creditor and trustee issues.

Strengths One client praises the firm for "taking time to understand our business and help us find appropriate solutions."

Another source says: "They were outstanding, very timely and appropriately aggressive in a strategically challenging situation."

Work highlights Counseled Verizon concerning the bankruptcy of local exchange carrier Discount CLEC. Also defended the client in related third party litigation.

Advised Cerner Corporation, as a substantial creditor of the Walnut Hill Medical Center, on multiparty restructuring negotiations.

Notable practitioners

Marc Albert is a trusted adviser on a range of bankruptcy matters, including Chapter 7 and 11 cases. Also regularly serves as a trustee and receiver. Sources find him "A+ to deal with on a personal level," highlighting his "great communication and ability to quarterback multiparty negotiations."

Darrell Clark is described by his clients as a "very smart, diligent, hard-working and prompt" attorney. He works with a diverse range of creditors and debtors, including technology companies and investment firms, on noncontentious negotiations and bankruptcy-related litigation.

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Senior Statesperson

Paul Bennett Bran

Blank Rome LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Paul Bennett Bran of Blank Rome LLP is experienced in handling multimillion-dollar litigation and primarily focuses his practice on creditor's rights issues. He acts on behalf of resort operators, financial institutions and hedge funds.

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Senior Statesperson

Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

David Kuney of Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP is a highly experienced counselor on behalf of financial institutions, private equity firms and real estate companies. Market sources know him as "a very smart and knowledgeable counsel who understands the law, and is also quick in his reactions."

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Michael St Patrick Baxter

Covington & Burling LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Michael St Patrick Baxter is a pre-eminent professional who assists clients facing high-value bankruptcy issues. He frequently works with Chapter 11 trustees on complex and sensitive cases. Clients call him "a consummate professional and unassailable expert in his field," saying that "he quickly identifies the critical issues and provides solutions and expected outcomes based on his deep knowledge of the relevant law and his past experience with similar cases."

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Michael L Bernstein

Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Michael L Bernstein's roster of clients includes high-profile asset managers and venture capital firms. He is experienced advising on high-value bankruptcy and restructuring cases, and also acts in related litigation. One source says: "He knew bankruptcy law inside out, helped any time of day or night in allowing us to bounce ideas off him, and helped us navigate tricky issues."

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FrankelWyron LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Roger Frankel of FrankelWyron LLP is regarded as "top class" by market sources, who comment that "he is full of ideas and is capable of seeing the forest for the trees and providing an overarching strategy."  His experience in bankruptcy spans a number of industries, and he has a strong track record acting on proceedings arising from personal injury and mass tort lawsuits. 

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WilmerHale

From the Chambers USA guide

Craig Goldblatt often counsels groups of creditors and insurance companies on high-end bankruptcy matters. He is well versed in complex bankruptcy litigation and issues arising from changing policy. Market commentators say: "He has a first-class intellect and is a very strong written communicator as well as a leading appellate bankruptcy lawyer."

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FrankelWyron LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Richard Wyron of FrankelWyron LLP is a pre-eminent practitioner with a wealth of experience in bankruptcy and restructuring matters, including on intersections with Native American law and the gaming sector. He has represented a broad spectrum of parties in Chapter 11 proceedings. Market sources describe him as "a super-smart master tactician with flawless execution."

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Hogan Lovells US LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Edward Dolan of Hogan Lovells US LLP is well versed in the analysis and defence of debtor, creditor and vendor rights in insolvency proceedings. He is experienced in resolving issues both in and out of court. One client describes him as "a fabulous lawyer who was very into the technical details and made sure what needed to get done was done" and also highlights that "he was very happy to deal with colleagues and great at dealing with people on the opposite side."

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Arent Fox LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Mary Joanne Dowd's broad experience includes advising entities in the transport, construction and financial sectors on issues from both the creditor and debtor sides. Market sources also comment that "she is a great expert in real estate bankruptcy." She represents clients in litigation and assists with out-of-court consensual restructurings.

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O'Melveny & Myers LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Peter Friedman of O'Melveny & Myers LLP is known in the market for his expertise in contentious bankruptcy cases. His key clients include debtors and creditors from the financial services and energy sectors. He draws praise for being "a great oral advocate, but also focused on trying to keep the fight out of court and getting to a creative resolution."

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Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Jason Gold of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP has a broad bankruptcy practice that includes acting as a trustee as well as negotiating resolutions and advising on pre-petition litigation. He has worked with clients in the financial services, construction and media sectors. Sources describe him as "very practical, someone who gets the job done and is very business savvy."

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Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Jonathan Guy offers strategic bankruptcy advice and litigation expertise to investment firms and industrial manufacturers.

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Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

James Savin is a well-regarded practitioner with experience in contentious and noncontentious bankruptcy matters in a range of industries. He frequently represents creditor committees on Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. He is also capable acting for debtors. Sources praise him for being "very commercial and practical" and add that "he pays very good attention to detail, is extremely hard-working and turns things around quickly when needed."

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Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Scott Alberino is particularly experienced representing clients from the energy sector, including ad hoc and informal groups of noteholders of secured and unsecured debt. Sources say: "He is a super-intelligent lawyer who is pragmatic in negotiations and makes an effective mediator in tense situations with a variety of competing interests."

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Stinson Leonard Street LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Marc Albert is a trusted adviser on a range of bankruptcy matters, including Chapter 7 and 11 cases. Also regularly serves as a trustee and receiver. Sources find him "A+ to deal with on a personal level," highlighting his "great communication and ability to quarterback multiparty negotiations."

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Band 3

Dentons LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Sam Alberts of Dentons LLP acts for creditors' committees, receivers and debtors on multimillion-dollar mandates. He assists with contentious and noncontentious proceedings. Sources say: "He is an experienced bankruptcy practitioner who knows the ropes, understands the value in cutting a deal, and doesn't have to litigate everything."

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Stinson Leonard Street LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Darrell Clark is described by his clients as a "very smart, diligent, hard-working and prompt" attorney. He works with a diverse range of creditors and debtors, including technology companies and investment firms, on noncontentious negotiations and bankruptcy-related litigation.

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Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Kristin Going of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP counsels trustees and creditors with regards to debt obligation and collection. Clients say: "She is a powerful advocate and powerful litigator in the courtroom. She is very respected and very tenacious, but she also understands how to get a deal done and be a facilitator."

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Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Andrew Leblanc of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP often advises ad hoc bondholder and noteholder alliances involving multibillion-dollar debt obligations. He is experienced in bankruptcy proceedings across a number of industries. Sources say: "He is incredibly no-nonsense, very practical and results oriented - very measured without lots of bombast."

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Band 3

Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC

From the Chambers USA guide

John McJunkin of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC is sought out by a number of notable financial institutions for his advice on the senior secured lender-side of bankruptcy proceedings. One client says: "He is a good communicator and easy to work with."

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Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Douglas Mintz frequently counsels financial services clients on high-value restructuring mandates.

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Valerie P Morrison

Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Valerie Morrison of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP represents a broad client base including recreational venue operators and official creditors' committees of healthcare entities. Commentators praise her ability to "really understand the mechanics and the day-to-day process that restructuring ends up going through."

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Jones Day

From the Chambers USA guide

As former Emergency Manager of Detroit, Kevyn Orr of Jones Day has garnered an excellent reputation for restructuring matters involving public bodies. Market sources consider him "a very good bankruptcy lawyer who has got a great way with counsel and with clients" and add that "he has an excellent lawyer's demeanor - he is very persuasive and very smart, yet approachable."

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Crowell & Moring LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Monique Almy of Crowell & Moring LLP frequently acts as a Chapter 11 trustee. She is experienced advising on proceedings from all sides, and often assists clients in the financial services sector. One source praises her for being "responsive, practical and effective" and reports that " in dealing with multiple attorneys representing diverse and antagonistic interests, she handled the situation efficiently and with great diplomacy."

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Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC

From the Chambers USA guide

Daniel Carrigan of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC "represents his clients zealously," according to peers. He is well versed in contentious bankruptcy and restructuring cases. He often acts for entities in the infrastructure and financial sectors. 

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McGuireWoods LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Douglas Foley of McGuireWoods LLP handles insolvency and restructuring matters for clients active in a range of sectors, and frequently works with financial institutions. Sources say: "He really understands the law, and really understands what's important to the clients of both sides."

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Foley & Lardner LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Erika Morabito of Foley & Lardner LLP is best known for her bankruptcy litigation expertise. Peers say: "She's very effective, smart and tough, and when dealing with her you know you are dealing with a straight shooter." She is also highly capable in out-of-court negotiations.

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Caplin & Drysdale, Chartered

From the Chambers USA guide

Sources say that Trevor Swett "has an extremely good courtroom demeanor and a very good strategic mind." He advises creditors on a range of insolvency and restructuring matters, including those arising from actual or potential mass tort claims.

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Band 4

Baker & Hostetler LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Donald Workman of Baker & Hostetler LLP frequently works with technology corporations and finance services providers. He is particularly experienced in assisting creditors with contentious matters arising from seeking debt repayment. Clients say: "He is extremely thorough, has a great knowledge of bankruptcy law, and works tirelessly to try to obtain the best outcome."

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Up and Coming

Linklaters

From the Chambers USA guide

Amy Edgy of Linklaters is described by market commentators as "a really good up-and-comer" in the space. Her work encompasses a wide range of bankruptcy and restructuring mandates for debtors and creditors. She is especially experienced in advising clients from the energy industry. Sources also say: "She is very smart and capable" and "very tough."

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Up and Coming

Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP

From the Chambers USA guide

Rosa Evergreen regularly represents major financial institutions and corporations active in a range of sectors, including healthcare and real estate, on bankruptcy matters. She is experienced in both contentious and noncontentious cases. One source comments: "She is hard-working, has a great memory and she is always on top of the facts. She is able to keep track of all the details and is very helpful leading us through this process."

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