Special Litigation Counsel in Largest Bank Insolvency in U.S. History
Served as special litigation counsel in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of a bank holding company. This was the largest bank insolvency in U.S. history, which resulted in a $7 billion settlement with the FDIC and J.P. Morgan.
$50 Million Settlement for Multinational Telecom Company’s Former Employees with Disabilities in Light of Bankruptcy
Served as lead counsel for the Official Committee of Long Term Disability Participants in the bankruptcies of a multinational telecom company, in which he secured a settlement of more than $50 million for the company’s former employees with permanent disabilities.
$3.5 Million Allowed Claim Against Debtor Estate in Whistleblower/Wrongful Termination Action
Counsel for a former employee in a whistleblower/wrongful termination action in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case, which resulted in a $3.5 million allowed claim against the debtor’s estate.
Cross-Border Bankruptcies and Chapter 15 Matters
Served as counsel to various parties in cross-border bankruptcies, including foreign representatives in Chapter 15 matters.
Chapter 11 Bankruptcy for Public Agribusiness Company Following Chinese Reverse Merger
Served as lead counsel for the equity committee in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of a publicly traded agribusiness company which was the result of Chinese reverse merger that resulted in the successful sale of U.S.-based assets, assets in China, and a global settlement with the company, secured creditors, SEC, class action plaintiffs and unsecured creditors. This resulted in a successful distribution to shareholders in an insolvent company that had little hope of recovery due to massive securities fraud in the U.S. and China.