Jackson Walker partner Michael S. Held was featured in a CoStar News article regarding Studio Movie Grill’s bankruptcy filing and how the impact of the filing on his client, the landlord of the theater’s Fort Worth venue.
To read more, view the CoStar News article “What’s a Movie Theater Worth These Days? One Bankruptcy Case Offers Insight” (a subscription may be required). For more bankruptcy-related insights from Mike, check out the following articles:
- “Regus Affiliates in Bankruptcy Need More Time to Negotiate Leases, Lawyer Says” (December 24, 2020)
- “Judge Sides With Coworking Tenants in ‘Very Unusual’ Bankruptcy Case” (October 23, 2020)
- “More Regus Affiliates Join US Bankruptcy Case By the Day as Coworking Use Slows” (September 10, 2020)
- “Regus Affiliates’ Bankruptcy Case May Set Precedent for Coworking Space Landlords” (September 3, 2020)
Michael S. Held is a Dallas restructuring and bankruptcy lawyer with extensive experience in handling out-of-court workouts and in-court restructurings, liquidations, and contested matters. Mike routinely advises and counsels secured lenders, landlords, contract parties, unsecured creditors, buyers of distressed assets, plaintiffs and defendants in contested matters and adversary proceedings and businesses in need of restructuring or orderly liquidation.