Guarding Against Insolvency Risk of Critical Vendors in the Supply Chain
By Christopher R. Donoho III, Partner; John D. Beck, Counsel & Jennifer Lee, Associate, Hogan Lovells
Manufacturers may have hundreds or thousands of commercial contracts, each of which might be materially different. Understanding their rights and what they can do to protect themselves if a counterparty stops paying or delivering, or files for bankruptcy or some other form of insolvency...
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Jennifer Lee is an associate with Hogan Lovells’ Business Restructuring and Insolvency practice based in New York. She holds a law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida.
John D. Beck is a counsel with Hogan Lovells’ Business Restructuring and Insolvency practice and is based in New York and Houston. He has a wide array of both in- and out-of-court experience representing debtors and creditors in financial restructurings.
Christopher R. Donoho III is a partner and head of Hogan Lovells US LLP’s Business Restructuring and Insolvency practice for the United States. He represents private equity clients or their portfolio companies in financially troubled situations, advising on refinancings, divestitures, or Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganizations.