The Honorable Steven W. Rhodes of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Michigan approved the City of Detroit’s bankruptcy fees, singling out Jones Day for its contribution in the case.
Jones Day ranked #1 globally in the Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg M&A league tables for the Q3/14, maintaining a position it has held for 14 years in a row.
Jones Day announced that CA-based The Daily Journal named Business Restructuring & Reorganization attorney Bruce Bennett to its Top 100 Lawyers in California list.
Jones Day announced three partners are joining the firm’s M&A Practice in its New York and London offices. Michael McGuinness and George Flemma have joined in New York, and Benedict O’Halloran will join in London.
Jones Day ranked No. 1 globally in the Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg M&A league tables for the second quarter of 2014, maintaining a position it has held every single calendar quarter since year-end 2000.
Jones Day announced Gayle Berne has joined the firm’s Banking & Finance practice in NYC. Berne, who joins from Morgan Lewis, was said to have experience across a wide range of financing structures, particularly in asset-based finance.
The Detroit Free Press reported the city of Detroit has paid restructuring firms more than $22 million, according to figures available from Kevyn Orr’s office.
Jones Day announced that Brian Conway joined the firm as a partner in the London Office, as a member of the Banking & Finance Practice. Conway was previously a partner in Latham & Watkins’ Finance Department.