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Angelina Baker

Weil’s restructuring practice is recognised as one of the leading practices in its field, referred to as the “gold standard” of bankruptcy practices and as a “restructuring powerhouse”. Weil has played a pivotal role in defining this field by offering creative, practical, and thoughtful solutions for its clients. Weil’s global Restructuring group comprises more than 100 dedicated lawyers, including a significant number recognized as leaders in their field. Following the most recent financial crisis Weil has reaffirmed its pre-eminence by managing a number of large-scale and complex cases concurrently.

Their experience on these market-leading, global transactions places Weil at the forefront of the largest restructuring matters in the market. The largest, most complex, and most important restructuring matters in history require a truly international firm that can handle all aspects of the restructuring process in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Weil’s clients benefit from fully integrated advice and up-to-the-minute global restructuring knowhow incorporating cutting edge advice on forum and strategic issues.

They also leverage the expertise of other practice areas such as banking and finance (including structured finance), M&A, litigation, derivatives, corporate governance, antitrust and tax law. This multi-disciplinary experience also allows them to guide clients through the restructuring process (whether formal or informal) which may include complex cross-border distressed loan workouts, swaps, asset sales and litigation.  For any distressed situation, Weil is the go-to firm. From big debtors to mid-size debtors to creditors to investors to litigation defendants, Weil’s global Restructuring practice is unparalleled in experience, client service, and results.


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