Doug Mintz, an of counsel in Orrick’s Washington, D.C., office, is a member of the Restructuring Group. Mr. Mintz has deep experience representing secured lenders, debtors and official and ad hoc creditors’ committees, and focuses on Chapter 9 bankruptcies (including municipal bankruptcies), real estate restructurings, DIP financings, asset sales, and financials, derivatives and safe harbors. Chambers USA recently called him “a shining star for his technical skill in grasping all the business issues and conducting an amazing amount of analysis in a small frame of time.” Mr. Mintz is also recognized by Legal 500 for his work in both Municipal Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring.
Mr. Mintz specializes in the following:
Mr. Mintz also represents clients outside of the restructuring context. He recently represented a private equity fund in its purchase of a shipping and logistics company and is currently representing an infrastructure developer in the development of several projects.
Prior to joining Orrick, Mr. Mintz was special counsel at Cadwalader, where he was best known for his representation of the United States Treasury in the bankruptcies of both General Motors and Chrysler (M&A Advisor’s Magnus Deal of the Year). Treasury also retained Mr. Mintz in the restructuring of several financial institutions.
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