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Vincent Indelicato


Vincent Indelicato is a partner in Proskauer’s Corporate Department, and a member of both the Business Solutions, Governance, Restructuring & Bankruptcy and Private Credit Restructuring Groups. His practice focuses on corporate restructurings, with an emphasis on the representation of direct lenders, ad hoc groups, bondholders, and creditors’ committees both out of court and in chapter 11. He is frequently consulted by leading distressed hedge funds, BDCs, private credit lenders, private equity investors and creditors on complex domestic and international insolvency and restructuring issues, including intercreditor and interlender matters, across a variety of industries. Vincent is also part of the Firm’s cross-disciplinary, cross-jurisdictional Coronavirus Response Team helping to shape the guidance and next steps for clients impacted by the pandemic. Vincent has been recognized by the American Bankruptcy Institute for his “formidable courtroom presence with natural dealmaker instincts” as a recipient of the 40 Under 40 Award, and an Outstanding Young Restructuring Lawyer by  Turnaround and Workouts.

Over the last several years, Vincent has played a lead role in some of the most significant corporate reorganization cases in the United States. These include his representation of the Statutory Committee of Unsecured Claimholders in the chapter 11 cases of Caesars Entertainment Operating Company Inc., which filed for bankruptcy with more than $18 billion of funded debt; the Los Angeles Dodgers in their $2 billion acquisition by Magic Johnson and Guggenheim Partners; Brookfield Asset Management in the $2.5 billion debt restructuring of Kerzner International’s Atlantis Bahamas Resort; and J.P. Morgan and other substantial creditors in the chapter 11 cases of MF Global, a financial services company with $41 billion in assets. He also serves as counsel to the Statutory Committee of Unsecured Claimholders in the multi-billion dollar chapter 11 cases of Westinghouse Electric Co. LLC, represents an ad hoc group of second lien noteholders in the chapter 11 cases of Avaya Inc., which filed for bankruptcy with more than $6 billion of funded debt, and acts as lead counsel to the Statutory Equity Committee in the chapter 11 cases of Breitburn Energy Partners L.P., an oil and gas master limited partnership with more than $3 billion of funded debt.

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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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