Herrick, Feinstein LLP Names Sean O’Donnell as Co-Chair of Finance Litigation & Restructuring Group
Mr. O’Donnell focuses his practice area on complex commercial litigation, with a concentration in finance, restructuring and real estate related litigations, including valuation disputes, corporate raiding claims, mergers and acquisitions, purchase price adjustments and other corporate and capital markets related disputes.
“We are so pleased to have Sean assume this leadership role within the Finance Litigation & Restructuring Group,” said Co-Chair Stephen Selbst. “The excellent service and strategic thinking that Sean offers have proven invaluable to the firm and his clients.” Sean’s vision for growth and demand for excellence have come to fruition with a growing and bustling practice group of 16 attorneys tackling complex matters from all angles.
Herrick’s Finance Litigation & Restructuring Group is comprised of an agile group of accomplished restructuring, litigation and corporate attorneys with decades of experience advising a broad range of creditors and debtors in all phases of complex chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and out-of-court restructurings, including distressed debt investing, restructuring-related litigation and real estate workouts. Its clients include official and ad hoc creditor committees, hedge funds, mortgage lenders, real estate developers, private equity funds, bondholders, financial institutions, and corporate debtors.
“We are thrilled to have Sean take on this important role at our firm,” said Herrick Executive Chairman Irwin Kishner. “Sean makes our clients’ problems his problems. He is a tremendous leader.”
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About Herrick, Feinstein LLP
Founded in 1928, Herrick, Feinstein LLP is a prominent, 124-lawyer firm, providing a full range of legal services to businesses and individuals around the world. From its offices in New York, Newark and Istanbul, Herrick maintains robust corporate, litigation, and commercial real estate capabilities, complemented by significant depth in art, bankruptcy, employment, government relations, intellectual property, sports, tax, and trusts and estates.