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Impact of Coronavirus: Recalcitrant Lenders May Exploit “MAC” Clauses to Avoid Commitments

Speaker(s): Andrew K. Glenn, Kenneth R. David
Recorded on: Apr. 2, 2020
PLI Program #: 299237

Andrew K. Glenn is a bankruptcy, restructuring and commercial litigation partner featured in Chambers USA, The Legal 500, with clients describing him as “impressive.” He has also been featured in Super Lawyers. Andrew is a member of Law360’s 2019 Bankruptcy editorial advisory board and was named a 2017 “Outstanding Restructuring Lawyer” by Turnarounds & Workouts.

Andrew represents debtors, official creditors committees, ad hoc committees of bondholders, private equity funds, insurance companies and stakeholders in major bankruptcy proceedings.

Andrew has significant experience in financial, valuation and accounting litigation, including the representation of activist shareholders in corporate governance litigation, proxy fights and fraud litigation against major financial institutions. He also has experience advising on restructuring and litigation matters relating to cryptocurrency.

Kenneth R. David’s practice focuses on complex litigation in state and federal actions, in arbitration, and in front of regulatory authorities.  Ken represents private and public corporations, and individuals, including investment managers, corporate directors, investment banks, securities firms, insurance and reinsurance companies, payment card networks, technology firms, chemical companies, trade groups, and creditors.  He handles a variety of securities, antitrust, corporate governance, defamation, fraudulent conveyance, credit-related, commercial, contract, restructuring, and reinsurance matters, and government investigations.

Prior to joining Kasowitz, Ken clerked for the Honorable William H. Pauley III, United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.