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Counsel to the ad hoc group of Puerto Rico Ports Authority bondholders in connection with its restructuring of approximately $180 million of funded debt obligations owed by the Puerto Rico Ports Authority. The transaction became only the fourth successful transaction under the newly enacted Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act.
(Bankr. D. Del.) Counsel to Real Industry, Inc., Real Alloy Recycling, Inc., and their affiliated debtors in their chapter 11 cases. Real Industry is a holding company with approximately $1 billion in tax attributes. Real Alloy, the subsidiary of Real Industry, is a large-scale recycler of aluminum with operations throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe. The debtors collectively filed for chapter 11 to restructure their $401 million in funded debt obligations and approximately $75 million in other obligations. Real Industry’s chapter 11 plan, which preserved its tax attributes, went effective in May 2018. Real Alloy closed a sale of all its assets and operations in May 2018, preserving 2,000 jobs and critical business relationships.
Counsel to ad hoc group of holders of tax-based bonds issued by the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and certain of its instrumentalities in connection with Puerto Rico’s efforts to improve its fiscal situation.
Counsel to an ad hoc group of unsecured notes issued by the Province of Neuquén in connection with its restructuring of more than $700 million of external indebtedness, consisting of both secured and unsecured dollar-denominated notes. The ad hoc group worked with the Province to achieve a consensual modification of its unsecured notes that provided the Province with near-term relief to assist it in navigating the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and was broadly supported by the market.
(Bankr. S.D.N.Y.) Counsel to Residential Capital and its affiliates, comprising one of the largest residential real estate finance companies at the time of its chapter 11 filing, with assets and liabilities each in excess of $15 billion. The debtors’ business was comprised primarily of loan servicing and origination. Residential Capital was the largest bankruptcy filing of 2012, and the case represents the first time ever that a mortgage servicer was able to successfully continue servicing and originating mortgages in bankruptcy and be sold as a going concern.
(Bankr. S.D.N.Y.) Advised on various issues in relation to the UK MF Global estates in order to recover assets for the chapter 11 estates, including claims into the estate of MF Global UK Limited in relation to which KPMG was appointed as the Special Administrator under The Investment Bank Special Administration Regulations 2011. This is the first time that the Special Administration Regime has been used; it was implemented in order to address difficulties that were highlighted following the failure of Lehman Brothers.
(Bankr. S.D.N.Y.) Counsel to the official committee of unsecured creditors in one of the largest chapter 11 cases filed in 2010.
Counsel to two of the largest banks in Iceland, on issues related to securities matters, restructuring of assets, cross-border conflicts of law, and litigation matters as well as providing advice related to the global settlement of claims. In addition, MoFo worked with the Icelandic banks to harmonize their winding-up procedures with those of the United States, the European Union, and Canada.
Lead lawyer representing the insurance division of the State of Rhode Island’s Department of Business Regulation, successfully obtained approval from a Rhode Island state court for the first ever proposed discharge and liquidations of the obligations of a solvent insurer in the U.S.
Counsel to the liquidators of several hedge funds that invested directly, or indirectly, in BMIS in proceedings in the United States, the Cayman Islands, BVI, and Europe.
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