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Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

919 THIRD AVENUE, NEW YORK, NY 10022, USA
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Work +1 212 909 6000
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Fax +1 212 909 6836
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My Chi To

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Work 212 909 7425
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Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

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Restructuring, Litigation, Bankruptcy Litigation, Financial Institutions, Insurance Capital


United States: Finance

Restructuring (including bankruptcy): corporate

Within: Leading lawyers

My Chi To - Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Within: Restructuring (including bankruptcy): corporate

Debevoise & Plimpton LLP has a notable focus on representing private equity and hedge funds, and has particular experience in the insurance sector. The multidisciplinary team is led by ‘go-to reorganization expert’ Natasha Labovitz, who assisted David’s Bridal in developing balance sheet options with respect to its $750m funded term loan and bond debt. Also notable in the team is My Chi To, who is leading for Crescent Capital Group, KKR Credit Advisors and GoldPoint Partners, as holders of approximately $188m of senior secured notes of the Rockport Company and its subsidiaries. The department advised in the sale of Rockport’s business as a going concern to Charlesbank Capital Partners. The firm also represents Georgia-Pacific and Koch Industries in the Chapter 11 proceedings of Bestwall in the US Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of North Carolina. The client is party to a funding agreement whereby it agrees to fund all of Bestwall’s asbestos liability including any trust established in the bankruptcy. The firm also assisted Georgia-Pacific Holdings in a reorganization of its corporate structure that separated its main operating businesses from the Bestwall unit to ensure that it is excluded from the Chapter 11 filing. Christopher Updike left the firm to take up the position of general counsel at Stretto.

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