This panel will discuss important decisions regarding the operation of businesses in Chapter 11 cases, the sale of assets and confirmation of Chapter 11 plans.
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Andrew Currie concentrates his practice on debt restructuring, reorganization, insolvency, bankruptcy matters and transactional work, with an emphasis on commercial bankruptcy litigation and transactions, including representation of Chapter 11 debtors, creditors' committees of unsecured creditors, and unsecured and secured creditors.
His recent engagements include co-committee counsel for School Specialty, Inc., counsel for sizable creditors and utilities in WP Steel Venture LLC, and significant investors in MS Grand, Inc. He has acted as debtors' counsel to Smitty’s Building Supply Incorporated, US Office Products and Nation’s Capital Child and Family Development and was formerly counsel to Iridium LLC. In addition, he has acted as counsel to various liquidating trusts, secured and unsecured creditors, lenders, bondholders, purchasers of assets, financial advisors, and interested parties in Chapter 11 cases such as RadioShack, Fisker Automotive, RG Steel, Lehman Brothers, A&P, Grubb & Ellis, Blockbuster, River Road Hotel Partners, Tweeter, Budget Group, Inc., Exide Corp., LTV Steel Company, Bethlehem Steel Corp., Federal-Mogul Global, HomeLife Corporation, National Steel Corporation, and Hayes Lemmerz International, Inc. He also works on out-of-court restructurings for debtors and lenders.
Mr. Currie is a guest lecturer at the Georgetown University, McDonough School of Business on Bankruptcy and Corporate restructuring topics. He also serves as contributing editor for Norton Bankruptcy Law and Practice, Commercial Bankruptcy Litigation (2012 and 2013 Editions), and Bankruptcy and Financial Restructuring Law 2013 Edition. He is an Ambassador for the ABI and serves on the Advisory Board of DailyDAC (Deal Acquisition Central).