iHeartMedia Files Chapter 11
Global media, entertainment, and data company iHeartMedia has chosen Jackson Walker to be one of its lead legal advisors in restructuring its debt. On March 14, the San Antonio-based company filed under Chapter 11 in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division.
The Texas Lawbook recently recognized Jackson Walker’s representation of iHeartMedia in an article published on March 16. For the full article, click the Download PDF link below.
Matthew D. Cavenaugh is a Houston trial lawyer who concentrates on complex business bankruptcy litigation. Matt is at home in bankruptcy court, where he regularly represents secured and unsecured creditors, debtors, Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 trustees, third-party purchasers and other interest holders in various insolvency and restructuring matters. In 2017, Houstonia recognized Matt in its “Top Lawyers of 2017” list under bankruptcy and workout.
Austin-based associate Jennifer F. Wertz represents financial institutions, equipment lenders, healthcare service providers, agricultural lenders, and other creditors in bankruptcy proceedings. In addition to her experience representing creditors in bankruptcy proceedings, Jennifer also represents entities in complex corporate reorganization and fiduciary litigation, with a focus on workouts and reorganization.
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