Scott Morrison is an Of Counsel in the firm's Restructuring group in London, focusing primarily on financial restructuring and insolvency.

Scott advises insolvency practitioners, creditors (including banks and alternative credit providers) and corporates on all aspects of national and cross-border restructuring and insolvency transactions.  He also advises on bank finance transactions on both borrower and lender side. 

Before joining Orrick, Scott was an associate in the restructuring team within the banking and finance group of an international law firm.

  • Scott's recent representations include:

    • Advised Magyar Telecom BV, a holding company of Invitel ZRT, the Hungarian telecoms company, in relation to the successful restructuring of its $425m bonds.
    • Advising the co-ordinating committee of lenders in relation to the out of court restructuring of Torm A/S and its subsidiaries involving the restructuring of the group’s $1.8bn of secured bank debt. 
    • Advising the steering committee of bondholders in relation to the consensual restructuring of one of the largest commercial banks in Kazakhstan.
    • Advising Zolfo Cooper as administrators of the Peverel Group in relation to the accelerated M&A of the group managing 200,000 units throughout the UK.
    • Advising Wilmington Trust in relation to the €1.2bn restructuring of TeleColombus GmbH.
    • Advising Wilmington Trust as trustee in relation to the €135m restructuring of Gallery Capital.
    • Advising Barclays Bank PLC in relation to the work-out of JJB Sports plcAdvising Borders Book shop in relation to its emergency funding requirements.
    • Advising the directors of MFI prior to the company going into administration.  
    • Advising various funds in relation to their claims against Lehman and MF Global.