How Bankruptcy Courts Weigh Requests to Compel or Intervene in Mediation
By James Lathrop, Associate, Goodwin Procter LLP
Frequently, parties locked in a dispute in a bankruptcy case are able to reconcile their differences through a mediation process, as permitted by the local rules and often with encouragement of the court. While Bankruptcy Courts welcome mediation between consenting parties, a court’s discretion...
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James Lathrop is a restructuring associate in the New York office of Goodwin Procter LLP. He concentrates his practice on bankruptcy and corporate restructuring matters. This encompasses representations of companies, committees, and creditors in Chapter 11 reorganizations in bankruptcy proceedings and out-of-court workouts. Lathrop previously served as a law clerk in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.