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Mark D Bloom

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Greenberg Traurig LLP

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Business Reorganization & Financial Restructuring


Mark's diverse experience spanning more than 30 years includes all areas of U.S. and cross-border financial restructuring, reorganization, and bankruptcy, involving the representation of debtors, trustees, secured and unsecured creditors, and official committees and purchasers of troubled companies and their assets, both in and out of bankruptcy court. He was inducted as a Fellow in the prestigious American College of Bankruptcy in 1998, and currently serves as its Vice President. Mark is co-chair of Greenberg Traurig's National Business Reorganization & Financial Restructuring Practice.

United States: Dispute resolution

Corporate investigations and white-collar criminal defense

Within: Corporate investigations and white-collar criminal defense

Greenberg Traurig LLP's group is chaired by John Pappalardo in Boston and Washington DC's Nathan Muyskens. Muyskens represented Cambridge Analytica in relation to Mueller's special counsel and various House and Senate investigations into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. In Miami, Mark Bloom assisted Citibank with an internal investigation following an SEC action against a former customer for securities fraud. In 2018, Geoffrey Berman left the firm to serve as US attorney general for the Southern District of New York, while Jason Lewis joined DLA Piper LLP (US). Jessica Natali joined the Philadelphia office after serving as assistant US attorney general for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and brings with her substantial trial experience. John Gibbons in Chicago and David Weinstein in Tampa are also recommended. In March 2019, former department co-head Marc Mukasey left the firm to co-found Mukasey Frenchman & Sklaroff LLP.

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United States: Finance

Restructuring (including bankruptcy): corporate

Within: Restructuring (including bankruptcy): corporate

The ‘very commercial’ Greenberg Traurig, LLP ‘turns work around quickly and is great with clients’. The ‘effective and well-organized’ firm has experience handling cross-border insolvencies and restructurings, as well as representing debtors in Chapter 11 filings and litigation. The ‘very experienced industry player’ Mark Bloom in Miami is ‘a consummate professional and a pleasure to work with’. He leads the team with Shari Heyen in Houston, Chicago-based Keith Shapiro and David Kurzweil, who splits his time between Atlanta and New York. The practice was further strengthened by the arrival of bankruptcy veteran J. Gregory Milmoe, who joins as a shareholder. The department is representing Nader Tavakoli in his capacity as the plan administrator for the Cobalt International Energy Bankruptcy Estates, handling post-confirmation wind-up work. In another highlight, the firm acted for the official committee of unsecured creditors in the case of integrated oil field services company C&J Energy Services, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection with approximately $1.4bn in pre-petition secured indebtedness. As committee counsel, the team worked with the other parties to develop a plan that would allow the company to emerge from bankruptcy while maximizing recoveries for unsecured creditors. Maria DiConza and Nancy Mitchell left for O'Melveny & Myers LLP, while Lenard Parkins moved to Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton.

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