Two Recent Complex Cases Demonstrate the Value of Mediation in Building Consensus
By Steven N. Serajeddini & John R. Luze, Partners, Kirkland & Ellis
Complex Chapter 11 practice is, at its core, an exercise in consensus building. Mediation has historically been and remains a valuable tool in helping parties involved in Chapter 11 cases (large and small) reach consensus. Two recent examples underscore the value of mediation as a consensus...
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Jack Luze is a partner in Kirkland & Ellis LLP’s restructuring group based in Chicago. Luze’s practice focuses on representing companies and investors in all aspects of in- and out-of-court restructurings, liability management transactions, and insolvency proceedings.
Steven Serajeddini is a partner in Kirkland & Ellis LLP’s restructuring group based in New York. Serajeddini advises companies and investors with respect to public, private, and portfolio companies in financial distress, including liability management transactions, in- and out-of-court restructurings, and bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings.