Collateralized Loan Obligations in the Age of COVID-19
The authors discuss the economics of collateralized loan obligations and the extent to which they may be vulnerable to the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Financial Strategies for Oil and Gas Cos. During the Slump
The authors discuss how the oil price decline due to COVID-19 could lead to changes in the oil and gas industry in this Law360 article.
Coronavirus Could Create a “Bankruptcy Pandemic”
Stuart Gilson of Harvard University is interviewed by Harvard Business School’s Working Knowledge.
Bankruptcy Valuation of a Start-Up Company
Defense counsel for a start-up firm retained Cornerstone Research and David Smith of the University of Virginia to analyze the potential implications of forced changes to the firm’s capital structure.
Forbes Magazine Names Cornerstone Research to 2019 List of America’s Best Management Consulting Firms
Firm receives high marks across multiple areas of expertise.
Forbes Magazine Names Cornerstone Research to 2018 List of Best Management Consulting Firms
Firm receives high marks across numerous areas of expertise.
The Ownership and Trading of Debt Claims in Chapter 11 Restructurings
A paper coauthored by Professor David C. Smith received a Jensen Prize for one of the best papers published in the Journal of Financial Economics in 2016.
Aéropostale Inc. et al.
The court denied Aéropostale’s motion for equitable subordination, and Sycamore and its affiliate were the prevailing parties in the litigation.
Unsecured Creditors of Iridium v. Motorola, Inc.
In litigation arising from the high-profile bankruptcy of Iridium, a global provider of satellite telecommunications services, plaintiffs alleged that the more than $2 billion that Iridium paid Motorola to design,…
Damages Resulting from Investments in CDOs
Cornerstone Research was retained by counsel representing a brokerage firm that was accused of selling risky, unsuitable collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) to an asset management firm that subsequently declared bankruptcy.
Air Communications & Satellite, Inc. v. EchoStar Satellite Corp.
In 2007, Echostar Communications Corp. (the Parent) decided to spin off some of its satellite assets to Echostar Corp. and change its name to DISH Network Corp (DISH).
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