Out-of-court restructuring

Ankura hires from Goldman Sachs

Business advisory firm Ankura has strengthened its turnaround and restructuring group in New York with a new senior managing director from Goldman Sachs.

10 December 2020

White & Case hires two former Ropes & Gray co-chairs

White & Case has hired two Ropes & Gray restructuring veterans in New York and Boston, who both formerly served as co-chairs of its global restructuring practice.

08 December 2020

Brazilian senate approves long-awaited law

Brazil’s senate has approved a long-tabled bankruptcy law, which is set to introduce cross-border provisions based on the UNCITRAL Model Law to the country’s regime.

27 November 2020

Simpson Thacher, Weil and White & Case announce promotions

Simpson Thatcher & Bartlett and Weil Gotshal & Manges have named new partners in New York, while White & Case has announced promotions in Germany.

25 November 2020

Katten hires two and promotes one

Katten Muchin Rosenman has hired partners from White & Case and Paul Hastings in New York and promoted one restructuring lawyer in Chicago.

03 November 2020

Greenberg Traurig hires in Boston

Greenberg Traurig has hired a new shareholder in Boston from Mintz Levin.

26 October 2020

Ashurst promotes restructuring lawyer in Germany

Ashurst has promoted a new partner in its restructuring and special situations practice in Germany.

19 October 2020

White & Case hires Sidley’s restructuring co-chairs in New York and Chicago

White & Case has hired three partners from Sidley Austin, including the co-chairs of its restructuring practice, Jessica Boelter and Bojan Guzina, who were just a few months into their new roles.

02 October 2020

Wachtell helps travel tech company restructure after settling IP dispute

UK-based travel technology company Travelport Worldwide has completed a debt restructuring that sparked litigation with its lenders in New York, after settling a dispute over the transfer of its intellectual property.

29 September 2020

White & Case, Latham and Carey Olsen advise as lenders take over Britain’s FatFace

Lawyers in London and Jersey have helped British fashion and lifestyle brand FatFace in a consensual debt-for-equity swap that has seen bank lenders and debt funds take control.

29 September 2020

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