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Schiff Hardin is pleased to have been counsel to E&M Ice Cream in a transaction that was recently awarded the “U.S.A. ESOP Deal of the Year” at the 2016 Americas M&A Atlas Awards by Global M&A Network.
Schiff Hardin LLP has been singled out by corporate counsel as one of only 28 percent of law firms clients view as a BTI “Innovation Builder,” which recognizes firms that bring change to the legal market through new technology, services, strategies, or structures.
Schiff Hardin LLP is pleased to announce that 11 attorneys have been recognized on the 2018 New York Metro Super Lawyers list and two have been named Rising Stars.
Schiff Hardin is pleased to announce that Jean Bertrand and Erin Daly have been included in the 2018 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Northern California Women’s Edition.
Three Schiff Hardin attorneys were also recognized in New York Women’s Edition—Rising Stars.
Days after bondholders in the City of San Bernardino bankruptcy case lost their bout for equal treatment with CalPERS, the City released its plan to pay bondholders one cent on the dollar.
Confirming the City of Stockton's bankruptcy plan, a federal judge invoked the Supremacy Clause to hold that pension contracts may be adjusted "as a matter of law."
The Seventh Circuit expanded the “ordinary course" defense of creditors who have been sued for the avoidance of preferential payments under Section 547 of the Bankruptcy Code.
The Seventh Circuit recently reopened a circuit split by asking the rhetorical question: When you receive a letter from a friend through the mail, do you ordinarily say that the letter was sent by the friend or the post office?
Lenders and rating agencies often require "bankruptcy remote" structures on a borrower to isolate the cash flow of a project or a stream of income or receivables.
The influential Second Circuit Court of Appeals recently joined other circuits that permit a Section 363 sale of the debtor’s property “free and clear” of “successor liability.”
Landlords beware when consensually terminating a lease with a delinquent commercial tenant.
Make-whole premiums are much more likely to be enforced in the Third Circuit following that court’s recent opinion in In re Energy Futures Holdings Corp.
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