Chinatown Commercial Building Sale Post-Bankruptcy
Represented an affiliate of a New York City-based family office on the approximately $28.6MM sale of a largely vacant commercial building in the Chinatown neighborhood of Manhattan. The sale was following a bankruptcy court order, in a Chapter 11, single-asset bankruptcy case.
In re RLCH, Inc. (Bankr. E.D.N.Y.)
Serving as counsel to the Debtor that owns a seven-story mixed-use building with 23 residential apartments, a community facility, and parking spaces for automobiles and seeks to resolve certain litigation claims, complete repairs of the real property and the condominium approval process, and reorganize its business affairs under chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.
In re Whiting Petroleum Corporation, et al. (Bankr. S.D. Tex.)
Representing indenture trustee for convertible noteholders in connection with Debtors’ bankruptcy cases.
In re Boston Generating LLC, et al. (S.D.N.Y.)
Representing numerous defendants in fraudulent conveyance action by the liquidating trust arising from a $2 billion leveraged recapitalization.
In re C.T.W. Realty Corp. (S.D.N.Y.)
Representing the debtor in multi-million dollar restructuring concerning a commercial building in Manhattan.
IRS Realty LLC and ISRS Realty LLC
Representing a bank as mortgage lender in Chapter 11 cases involving commercial real estate in Westchester County.
In re Millennium Lab Holdings II LLC, et al. (D. Del.)
Representing reorganized debtor in contractual dispute regarding terms of loan to debtor’s liquidating trust and opposing liquidating trustee’s motion to re-open chapter 11 cases.
Johnson & Johnson Spin-off Bankruptcy Case: Amicus Brief
Authored and filed an amicus brief on behalf of a group of well-renowned bankruptcy law professors concerning debtor LTL Management LLC ("LTL"), an entity created by Johnson & Johnson to hold its talc liabilities. LTL filed for Chapter 11 protection in October 2021. The professors filed this brief in support of the Official Committee of Talc Claimants’ motion to dismiss LTL’s chapter 11 case. The Talc Claimants’ Committee represents the individuals who have sued Johnson & Johnson alleging that its talc products caused them to develop cancer. Herrick's amicus brief attracted significant media coverage, including features in Law360, Law.com, Reuters, Reorg, American Bankruptcy Institute, New Jersey Law Journal, and Bloomberg Law.
A copy of the brief is available here.