Partnering with Kirkland & Ellis, Jackson Walker represented Technicolor S.A. in filing a Chapter 15 petition in the Southern District of Texas to help reduce $1.58 billion of debt resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Jackson Walker team representing Technicolor S.A. includes Matthew D. Cavenaugh, Jennifer F. Wertz, and Veronica A. Polnick. The case is filed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas – Houston Division.
For additional information, view Technicolor’s 2020 Financial Restructuring Plan and the Law360 article “French Film Co. Technicolor Seeks To Cut Debt In Ch. 15 Case” (subscription required).
On Thursday, April 29, IFLR named the Technicolor S.A. Chapter 15 bankruptcy a finalist for the restructuring deal of the year at the 2021 IFLR Europe Awards.
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