Emory University School of Law,
J.D., With Distinction, 1988
Managing Editor, Bankruptcy Developments Journal
A.B., cum laude, 1985
New York USDC, Southern District
New York USDC, Eastern District
US Ct Appeals, 2nd Circuit (CT, NY, VT)
US Supreme Ct
Thompson Coburn Hahn & Hessen;
Hahn & Hessen;
Josh represents financial institutions as secured creditors in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, corporate restructurings and workouts, which he has done in bankruptcy courts from coast to coast.
He has particular experience in cash collateral and DIP financing matters, bankruptcy court sales, and UCC Article 9 matters including secured party dispositions. He frequently advises on bankruptcy and insolvency issues arising in the structuring and documentation of commercial lending transactions.
Josh has led presentations for firm clients and legal and industry groups on cash collateral and bankruptcy financing issues.
Represented the senior lender, in the New York Chapter 11 case of a sports and entertainment branded home textiles manufacturer.
Represented the preferred shareholder, in the Delaware pre-packaged Chapter 11 case of a California wine country resort hotel, which provided DIP funding and converted its interest into 100% equity ownership of the reorganized entity.
Represented the senior lender, in the Salt Lake City Chapter 11 case of a modular building space provider.
Represented the senior mortgagee, in the New York Chapter 11 case of a shopping center in suburban Cleveland.
Represented the stalking horse bidder and bridge DIP lender, in the Austin Chapter 11 bankruptcy sale of a technology company specializing in password authentication access management.
Represented the plan proponent, in the Miami Chapter 11 case of an air cargo carrier, which converted senior secured claims into 100% equity ownership of the reorganized entity.
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