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"Oil and Gas Industry Seeks Steady Ground Following Year of Restructurings, Restrictive Lending"

Crude oil and natural gas prices reached multiyear lows of approximately $26 per barrel for crude oil (as of January 2016) and $1.50 per million British thermal units (mmbtu) for natural gas (as of March 2016). This...more

"Recent Case Highlights Opportunity for Distressed Exploration and Production Companies"

On March 8, 2016, a bankruptcy court in the Southern District of New York issued a much-anticipated decision, In re Sabine Oil & Gas Corporation, that will undoubtedly influence the reorganization strategies of certain...more

"Oil and Gas Companies Utilize Restructuring Strategies to Navigate Industry in Flux"

Precipitous commodity price declines that began in mid-2014 continued to disrupt the oil and gas industry in 2015, outlasting the expectations of many analysts. By the end of 2015, prices for both Brent and WTI crude were...more

"Oil and Gas Companies Brace for Fall Redeterminations"

For most of 2015, industry observers have predicted that depressed commodity prices will result in a surge in M&A activity among domestic exploration and production (E&P) companies, as well as a large number of bankruptcy...more

"Department of Justice Issues Guidance to Criminal and Civil Prosecutors to Facilitate Individual Prosecutions in Corporate...

On September 9, 2015, the Department of Justice (the Department) publicly announced that it had issued guidance to its criminal and civil prosecutors that purports to change, at least in part, the Department’s approach to...more

"District Court Decision on MPM Silicones Bankruptcy Case Highlights Risks for Secured Lenders"

In a May 4, 2015, decision, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York rejected secured lenders’ appeals of a controversial bankruptcy court decision confirming the Chapter 11 plan of reorganization of MPM...more

"Significant Ruling Gives Chapter 11 Debtors New Leverage Over Secured Creditors"

The Bankruptcy Code's so-called "cramdown" statute provides debtors with a significant tool that can be used to impose a reorganization plan upon recalcitrant secured lenders, subject to fulfillment of certain requirements....more

"Recent Cases Highlight Potential Pitfalls for Distressed Investors"

Despite lower-than-average Chapter 11 activity in 2014, the legal landscape for distressed investors has continued to evolve, with significant legal developments in credit bidding, make-whole premiums and intercreditor...more

"Japanese Acquirer Resolves Pension-Related Liabilities of US Subsidiary"

On November 4, 2014, Asahi Tec Corporation (Asahi), a Japanese corporation that acquired U.S.-based Metaldyne Corporation (Metaldyne) in 2007, announced a settlement of its long-running dispute with the Pension Benefit...more

"Executive Compensation and Benefits Alert: Decision Clarifies That PE Funds Are Not Subject to 'Controlled Group' Liability"

Private equity funds (PE funds) and their advisors long have been concerned that a fund (or its other portfolio companies) may be liable for unfunded pension plan liabilities of one of its portfolio companies. However, in a...more

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