Patrick Corr has extensive experience in both contentious and non-contentious corporate recovery and turnaround matters.
Representative engagements include: BRAC Rent-a-Car International, Inc (Chapter 11 proceedings in the USA and administration proceedings in England, representing the debtor and the administrators) (in a notable decision, the court confirmed for the first time that the provisions of the EU Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings No. 1346/2000 applied to a US registered company); Federal Mogul Corporation and group of companies (Chapter 11 proceedings in the USA and administration proceedings in England, representing the debtors); Parmalat SpA (extraordinary administration (Italy) and liquidation of Eurofood IFSC Ltd (Ireland); the restructuring of a multinational electronic company (representing the equity investor); Owens Corning (Chapter 11, representing the debtor); Sea Containers Ltd (Chapter 11 proceedings in the USA and provisional liquidation in Bermuda, representing the debtor); Toni & Guy (Ireland) Limited in examinership (Ireland) (representing the equity investor); the Laurel Pub Company Limited and other group companies (in administration; representing the debtor); Orion SIV (representing the senior subordinated noteholders); Lehman Brothers International (Europe), (in administration; representing various counterparties to Lehman transactions); TI Automotive Group (restructuring and scheme of arrangement; representing a senior lender committee; Ideal Standard International Acquisition Sarl (representing the facility agent and certain senior lenders); restructuring various property companies within the Regus group (representing Regus); Titan Outdoor Advertising limited (in administration; representing the administrators); Grand plc (representing the issuer); Smurfit Stone (representing the debtor); restructuring of a Jersey Property Unit Trust structure (representing the investor); and acting for the Cayman Court-appointed joint provisional liquidators (JPLs) of Arcapita Investment Holdings Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Arcapita Bank BSC (the Bahrain-based Islamic investment bank) in relation to the Cayman provisional liquidation and concurrent US Chapter 11 proceedings (representing the JPLs).
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