Advertising Litigation Report: Vol. I, No. 3
The First Quarter SNC Review Results: Debunking Misconceptions Regarding the Leveraged Lending Guidanc
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Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP’s Corporate Restructuring and Bankruptcy Department is consistently recognized as one of the most distinguished groups in the United States by peers, numerous professional organizations and top-tier guides to legal excellence. The lawyers at the core of the practice continue to uphold the reputation of having the highest professional qualifications, and having sustained an exceptionally high quality of professional services to clients in dealing with bankruptcy and restructuring matters. Recent partner and departmental recognitions and news include:
For more than 20 years, the group has established itself as an industry leader by playing a key role in many of the country’s largest and most complex Chapter 11 cases and business restructuring matters including the Enron, WorldCom, Calpine, Adelphia, Dana Corporation, Dura Automotive, Sea Containers, Northwest Airlines, ASARCO and Fabrikant bankruptcies, among others. The 35-attorney Corporate Restructuring and Bankruptcy Department’s representation includes creditors’ committees, equity committees, debtors, banks, bondholders, trade creditors, landlords, investors, debtor-in-possession lenders and acquirers as well as investors in the purchase and sale of securities and assets of troubled companies. They have particular expertise giving advice in connection with complex bankruptcy litigation and investigations, distressed investments, mergers and acquisitions, and mass tort and class action bankruptcies. Additionally, they also have a subgroup of attorneys focused on distressed and special situations lending, and another devoted to claims trading in distressed enterprises.