Global Pandemic Is Surprise Addition to Restaurant’s Turnaround Menu
By John W. Guzzardo, Partner & Nathan E. Delman, Associate, HMB Legal Counsel, and John B. Pidcock, Oxford Restructuring Advisors LLP
By the spring of 2020, Red, the Steakhouse, in Miami Beach was thriving, poised to capitalize on its success and further expand its brand. With a prime location in the city’s fashionable South of Fifth (SoFi) neighborhood, the restaurant boasted a 198-seat main dining room; a 16-person, glass-...
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John Pidcock is the founder of Oxford Restructuring Advisors LLP. With more than 20 years of restructuring experience, he provides crisis management services to underperforming companies and constituencies, including interim management and debtor advisory, bankruptcy preparation and management, post-merger integration, debt restructuring and refinancing, and post-confirmation creditor advisory. Pidcock was previously with Conway MacKenzie.
Nathan Delman is an associate in HMB's Bankruptcy, Reorganization and Creditors' Rights Group. With more than a decade of experience, Delman has handled matters of all sizes, but his practice focuses on business reorganization and the protection of secured and unsecured creditors’ rights in insolvency situations. He is also the firm's resident resource on personal bankruptcy.
John Guzzardo is a partner in HMB's Bankruptcy, Reorganization and Creditors' Rights Group and chair of the firm’s Litigation Group. He represents debtors, creditors, trustees, and receivers in local, regional, and national proceedings in Chapters 11 and 7, with a strong emphasis on complex bankruptcy litigation matters.