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A top-notch restructuring group, capable of handling the biggest and the most difficult restructuring from either company side or creditors’ side.

- Chambers USA, Band 1 Bankruptcy/Restructuring (Nationwide and NY)


For more than 25 years, Paul, Weiss has been deeply involved in in- and out-of-court restructuring matters requiring coordination across multiple jurisdictions. We regularly serve as U.S. counsel to debtors, stakeholder groups and officials appointed in non-U.S. proceedings (e.g., joint administrators, liquidators, etc.) in matters involving a diverse array of industries, guiding clients through difficult negotiations and contentious court proceedings to obtain desired outcomes in complex, cross-border restructurings.

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  • Bumble Bee's Chapter 11 Case

    Bumble Bee Foods, one of the world's largest branded shelf-stable seafood providers, and its affiliates, as lead U.S. counsel in the successful going-concern sale of its businesses for $928 million through coordinated chapter 11 cases and Canadian restructuring proceedings.

  • Oro Negro’s Contentious Cross-Border Restructuring

    An ad hoc group of senior secured creditors of Oro Negro, a Mexican offshore drilling company, in a restructuring of over $900 million of secured debt obligations issued pursuant to Norwegian law-governed documents that involves contested concurso mercantil proceedings in Mexico, a related chapter 15 proceeding in the Southern District of New York, and litigation in Singapore and Norway.

  • PDVSA's Restructuring

    The ad hoc group of 2020 secured PDVSA noteholders in a potential restructuring of the senior secured notes issued by Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A., an oil and gas company that is wholly owned by the government of Venezuela.

  • Glitnir’s Chapter 15 Case

    The Winding-up Board of Glitnir hf in the former Icelandic bank’s chapter 15 case, including gaining recognition and enforcement in the U.S. of (a) the Reykjavík District Court’s order confirming Glitnir’s composition plan and (b) certain related resolutions approved by Glitnir’s creditors. This matter was recognized by The American Lawyer as the “Global Finance Deal of the Year: Private Restructuring.”

  • CGG’s Prenegotiated Cross-border Restructuring

    Certain subsidiaries of CGG S.A., a Paris-based global geophysical and geoscience services company serving customers principally in the oil and gas exploration and production industry, in their prenegotiated chapter 11 cases by which the company and its subsidiaries equitized approximately $2 billion of unsecured debt through concurrent restructuring proceedings in France and the United States. Brian S. Hermann was named an American Lawyer 2018 “Dealmaker of the Year” for his work representing CGG S.A. in its chapter 11 cases.

  • Performance Sports Group’s Cross-border Bankruptcy Cases

    Performance Sports Group, a leading developer and manufacturer of sports equipment and apparel with products marketed under the BAUER, MISSION, MAVERIK and EASTON brand names, among others, as U.S. counsel in its complex U.S. and Canadian bankruptcy cases, including the going concern sale of its business to leading Canadian private investment firm. This matter was recognized by The M&A Advisor as the “Restructuring of the Year ($500MM-$1B)” and by The Turnaround Management Association as the "Transaction of the Year: Large Company." 

  • Toys “R” Us’s Restructuring

    An ad hoc group of holders of prepetition secured notes and DIP notes issued by the holding company that owned Toys “R” Us’s international business in (a) the restructuring of Toys “R” Us, Inc. and certain of its subsidiaries through concurrent proceedings in the U.S. and multiple foreign jurisdictions and (b) the provision of $455 million of debtor-in-possession financing, the proceeds of which were used to fund the company’s international businesses.

  • Mood Media’s Cross-Border Restructuring

    U.S. counsel to certain noteholders holding a majority of notes issued by Mood Media, a leading global provider of in-store media and marketing services with $650 million in funded debt obligations, in a comprehensive debt and equity restructuring through proceedings in Canada and the United States.

  • Pacific Exploration’s Cross-border Restructuring

    U.S. counsel to the ad hoc committee of senior noteholders of Pacific Exploration and Production (n/k/a Frontera Energy), an oil and gas exploration company, and certain debtor-in-possession financing providers in the cross-border restructuring of the company’s approximately $5 billion of debt obligations through proceedings commenced in Canada, the U.S. and Colombia.

  • Billabong’s Cross-border Recapitalization

    Centerbridge Partners and Oaktree Capital Management in connection with a term loan and stock purchase to recapitalize Billabong, a public corporation organized in Australia that specializes in the sale of apparel and accessories related to skateboarding and surfing.

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