The Information Economy: Knowing What’s Public in Chapter 11
By Thomas Moers Mayer, Partner & Nancy Bello, Associate, Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
Companies in Chapter 11 must publicly report substantial financial information. Stakeholders should be familiar with what information must be publicly reported or disclosed under securities laws, the Bankruptcy Code, and Bankruptcy Rules. It’s also crucial for turnaround and restructuring...
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Nancy M. Bello is an associate at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP who works on bankruptcy and restructuring matters. She assists in the representation of significant parties, including bondholders, indenture trustees, and secured and unsecured creditors in complex Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, out-of-court restructurings, and other distressed situations, including some of the most high-profile matters in recent years. Her work also involves municipal bankruptcies, including the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico debt restructurings.
Thomas Moers Mayer is co-chair of the Bankruptcy and Restructuring department at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP. His work involves both in- and out-of-court restructurings of distressed businesses on behalf of creditor committees, major secured and unsecured creditors, and bondholders. He has represented the official committees of unsecured creditors in some of the most well-known Chapter 11 cases, including those of General Motors, Chrysler, Capmark, Smurfit-Stone, and Brazos Electric.