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Timothy Q. Karcher

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Timothy Karcher is a partner in the Business Solutions, Governance, Restructuring & Bankruptcy Group where he focuses his practice on bankruptcy, financial restructuring, insolvency, crisis management, financial reform, and the acquisition and sale of assets and troubled companies in and out of chapter 11.

He is currently serving as counsel to the Debtors in Murray Metallurgical Coal Holdings, LLC. He played a leading role in the representation of the Creditors Committee in the chapter 11 cases of Westinghouse Electric Company, one of the largest chapter 11 cases of 2017 with estimated liabilities of several billion dollars. He is also counsel to the Trustee in ITT Educational Services, Inc., the largest for-profit college bankruptcy, and has held significant roles in some of the most important restructuring cases of the past decade, including Pacific Exploration and Production Corp. (debtors’ counsel for $6 billion international oil and gas exploration restructuring), Rotech Healthcare, Inc. (debtors’ counsel in $800m restructuring), MF Global (committee counsel), Enron Corporation (debtors’ counsel), Ames Department Stores (debtors’ counsel), G-I Holdings (debtors’ counsel), and Regal Entertainment (debtors’ counsel). In addition, Timothy has represented individual creditors, statutory committees and ad hoc groups in the restructuring cases of OneWeb Global Limited, McDermott International, iPic International, Weatherford International PLC, ENNIA Caribe Holding BV, Ultra Petroleum Corp., BFN Operations, TransCare Corporation, Hoop Holdings (Disney Stores), Kodak, New World Pasta, Coram Healthcare, American Airlines, Blockbuster, Trident Microsystems, Innkeepers Trust USA, Chrysler Financial Corporation, Midway Games,, and New Stream.

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The Other Side of The Coin: Cryptocurrency Assets in Bankruptcy

On July 5, 2022, cryptocurrency brokerage Voyager Digital filed for chapter 11 in the Southern District of New York Bankruptcy Court, citing a short-term “run on the bank” due to the “crypto winter” in the cryptocurrency industry generally and the default of a significant loan made to a third party as the reasons for its … Continue Reading
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