We represented a Liquidating Trustee in connection with the pursuit of potential director and officer claims arising out of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of a $700 million hospitality company, resulting in a large confidential settlement for the Trust.
Representation of Bankruptcy Trustee in Director and Officer Litigation Results in Lucrative Confidential Settlement for the Benefit of Trust Beneficiaries
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