KTBS counsels clients on a variety of sophisticated credit transactions.  KTBS corporate attorneys regularly represent borrowers, lenders and agents in complex corporate finance transactions, including syndicated, cash flow and asset-based lending credit facilities, leveraged acquisitions, refinancings, loan restructurings and workouts, intercreditor and subordination arrangements,  debtor-in-possession financings and exit financings.  For acquisition finance transactions, including bridge financings, our corporate finance practice group and M&A practice group coordinate to advise clients.  Our corporate finance group also works closely with our bankruptcy practice group on distressed situations in and out of court in connection with debt restructurings, workouts, recapitalizations and debtor-in-possession and exit financings.  Through this collaborative approach KTBS advises on insolvency and collateral risks, as well as intercreditor issues.

Recent News

KTBS in the News  |  Jul 2021

Case Alert – In re Paragon Offshore, PLC: Delaware Bankruptcy Court Rejects U.S. Trustee Fees on Distributions from Post-Confirmation Trust

KTBS Law Case Alert by Sasha M. Gurvitz: In re Paragon Offshore, PLC, Case No.: 16-10386 (Bankr. D. Del. June 28, 2021) On June 28, 2021 Chief Judge Christopher S. Sontchi of the Delaware Bankruptcy Court issued a decision rejecting the imposition of U.S. Trustee fees in connection with distributions…

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Publications  |  Mar 2021

Case Alert – GLM v. Windstream: Second Circuit Issues Expansive Equitable Mootness Opinion in Denying Critical Vendor Appeal

This case alert by KTBS partner Jonathan Weiss addresses an important recent decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in the Windstream Holdings bankruptcy cases in which the Second Circuit dismissed a creditor’s appeal of an order approving critical vendor payments on the basis that…

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