In 2021, Thompson Coburn and Hahn & Hessen combined, providing a strong New York presence to a Firm with nearly 100 years of service to financial institutions across the country.

So what do financial institutions and financial market participants get when they add Thompson Coburn and Hahn & Hessen? 

  1. Enhanced capability and experience in the financial services industry; our lawyers work with 9 of the nation’s 10 largest banks
  2. Extensive experience in representing secured lenders of almost every kind and type, including banks and other financial institutions, vehicle and equipment financiers, asset-based lenders, real estate financiers, equipment lessors, hedge funds and private equity groups.
  3. Robust bankruptcy and restructuring practice assisting distressed businesses AND lenders in the bankruptcy process
  4. Strong national platform of 50+ additional practice areas to provide counsel and representation on nearly every other business-critical area of law
  5. New York attorneys that have served as creditors' committee counsel in many of the country's largest subprime mortgage bankruptcies, as well as complex bankruptcies in the areas of manufacturing, retail, media and entertainment, and wholesale/distribution
  6. Leaders in the field of financial services law, including the former global chairman and president of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA), members of the American Bankruptcy Institute, and the president of the New York Institute of Credit
  7. Total Commitment to hiring, retaining and promoting diverse attorneys, and serving our clients with diverse teams


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Planet Money podcast calls on Dave Warfield for episode on robocalls

NPR's popular financial podcast’s episode, “About Your Extended Warranty,” features Dave extensively in the first half of the episode discussing the historic rise and fall of St. Louis-based US Fidelis.

Published: April 15, 2021

Mark Indelicato elected president of the New York Institute of Credit

Mark Indelicato, the managing partner of Thompson Coburn Hahn & Hessen in New York, has been elected the 2021-2022 president of the New York Institute of Credit (NYIC), a nonprofit industry group of credit executives, accountants and attorneys.

Published: August 4, 2021

Thompson Coburn achieves Mansfield Rule 4.0 ‘Certified Plus’ status

Named for Arabella Mansfield, the first American woman admitted to practice law, the Mansfield Rule has significantly increased the representation of historically underrepresented lawyers in law firm leadership.

Published: September 14, 2021

Thompson Coburn combines with Hahn & Hessen, expands to New York

Thompson Coburn LLP has announced its combination with New York-based Hahn & Hessen LLP, a 44-attorney firm with nearly a century of experience representing financial institutions and other financial market participants.

Published: June 23, 2021

The current status of LIBOR replacement

In response to the 2017 announcement where the FCA announced that after 2021 it would no longer require banks to submit the rates required to calculate LIBOR financial institutions, regulators and other stakeholders have been working to create a replacement to LIBOR.

Published: January 22, 2021

About our Secured Creditor Representation

We have a long tradition of assisting secured creditors in fully protecting their interests and maximizing their ultimate recovery.