Corporate Restructuring & Bankruptcy Law

Clark Hill specializes in bankruptcy, business reorganization, and insolvency-related matters. We regularly represent parties in bankruptcy and other judicial proceedings as well as in out-of-court workouts across the country. We represent debtors, unsecured creditors' committees, lenders and other secured parties, bondholders, vendors and trade creditors, asset purchasers, insurance carriers, landlords, equipment lessors, and liquidating agents. The industries in which Clark Hill attorneys have provided representation cover the spectrum of business enterprises, including the automotive, manufacturing, retail, telecommunications, aviation, and real estate industries.

Whether representing a troubled company, creditors' committee, secured creditor, or other party in interest, we are adept at guiding our clients through the reorganization, workout, or liquidation process. We do not take a one-size-fits-all approach. Our attorneys look at the specific and often unique problems and issues facing a company and its constituents, and we work quickly and diligently to analyze the legal, financial and operational issues. Combining that understanding with an approach which is both creative and pragmatic, we develop and implement well-tailored solutions to support going-concern viability or, in a liquidation scenario, the highest and best recovery for creditors. We always strive for an appropriate balance between the aggressive pursuit of value and cost-effectiveness.

Whether a specific representation is transactional in nature, such as the purchase or sale of assets, or litigation-oriented, such as the prosecution defense of a fraudulent transfer or preference action, our attorneys bring exceptional dexterity, sophistication and knowledge to achieve the best possible results for our clients. Our attorneys also have a substantial network of contacts from which to bring other valuable resources to bear, including lenders, investors, investment bankers, financial consultants, real estate consultants, and liquidation specialists.

Experience

As Buyer's Counsel in Distressed Situations, Essex Crane Rental Corp. (supplier of crane rental and lifting services)

Represented debtors, creditors, trustees, and bidders in Section 363 sales, as well as sales accomplished through confirmed plans of reorganization

Represented liquidating trustees in the recovery and disposal of estate assets, and the prosecution of avoidance actions

Represented a casino/hotel operator in its successful pre-packaged bankruptcy resulting in the reduction of the long-term debt from $225 Million to $67 Million

Represented various single asset real estate debtors operating hotels, extended-stay facilities, apartment complexes, self-storage facilities, medical complexes, and commercial centers to obtain significant principal reductions of secured debt, substantially reduced interest rates, and/or extended repayment terms

Represented rapid transit operator in successfully restructuring $650 million of state-sponsored conduit bond financing

In re Fleming Packaging - represented this leading manufacturer of pressure-sensitive labels catering to the wine and spirits industries with annual revenues of $60 million.

In re Telco Services - represented this manufacturer of communication transmission enclosures, with annual revenues of $200 million per year.

In re Purely Cotton, Inc.- represented the unsecured creditors committee for this start-up manufacturer of cotton-based tissue paper. Negotiated for the sale of intellectual property to an identified strategic buyer and created a fund to make an initial distribution in excess of 25% to the unsecured creditors.

In re Pheasant Run Apartments, LP - represented this 190 unit apartment complex in Chapter 11 case.

In re Nedwick Steel Company/ American Steel Works - represented this specialty steel manufacturer.

In re Castle Cheese - representing pre-petition and DIP lender owed in excess of $7 MM.

In re Livemercial Aviation Holding LLC - represented this aviation holding company in Chapter 11.

In re RHC/Spacemaster Corporation - represented the fourth largest manufacturer in the back-room shelving industry with annual revenues exceeding $200 million.

Achieved 100% recovery of principal balance of under-secured, non-performing multi-million dollar commercial loan in rare Chapter 12 farm bankruptcy

Represented the buyers of assets of My Child’s Room (furniture store); In re Media Copy, Inc. (video reproduction company); In re Future Media, Inc. (video reproduction company); In re Rickel Home Centers (chain of home improvement stores); In re Archibald Candy Company (Fannie May Candy Company) (prospective buyer); In re United Homes (land and home developer) (prospective buyer); In re Lake Shore Mazda (automobile dealership); In re Ben Franklin, Inc. (craft stores); In re H.I. Schaumburg Investment (200+ room Holiday Inn); In re Nanoink (technology company); represented assignee for benefit of creditors (seller) in Power Plate North America (international manufacturer and distributor of specialty exercise equipment).

In re Belvidere Bay LLC - represented the secured lender in this single asset chapter 11 real estate case. 

Representing numerous residential home builders in restructuring their secured and unsecured debt obligations owed to numerous separate lending institutions with aggregate debt in excess of $400,000,000.

In Re Label Systems Inc. - represented unsecured creditors committee. Obtained 100% dividend for all creditors within six months of being retained. 

In re Browns Chicken & Pasta - represented unsecured creditors committee in this regional fast food franchiser bankruptcy.

In re Ventilex, USA - represented unsecured creditors committee. Debtor was the sales division of a foreign manufacturer. Negotiated settlement that ended 3-year dispute and obtained sizable dividend for creditors. 

In re Not Really, et. al. - represented pre-petition and DIP lender owed in excess of $10.0 MM. 

Represented the publisher of nationally known magazine in an out of court debt restructuring. 

In re Pasteurized Eggs - represented the ad hoc Equity Committee. The principal asset of the company was its technology to pasteurize raw eggs. 

In re Duraco Products, Inc. - represented pre-petition and DIP secured lender in a $5.0MM facility. 

In re PMB Hydra Screw, Inc. - represented the secured lender with a blanket lien on all assets to secure a $3.0MM claim in this chapter 11 bankruptcy case. 

Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp. v. Gold Coast Infiniti - represented Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp., the floor plan lender. 

In re Proven Methods Seminars - represented the unsecured creditors committee. Plan was confirmed 10 months after the case was filed. Creditors received a 70% dividend and waiver of all avoidance actions. 

In re John Hubler Nissan - represented Nissan North America in this chapter 11 bankruptcy case. 

Homeplace of Am., Inc. v. Salton, Inc. (In re Waccamaw’s Homeplace), 325 B.R. 524 (Bankr. D. Del. 2005). Defended a manufacturer in a $3.5 Million preference action in a week-long trial in the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware

In re Sparrer Sausage Co., Inc. - represents unsecured creditors committee in the bankruptcy of manufacturing company, which liquidated its assets under section 363 of the bankruptcy code. 

In re Bernadette Business Forms, Inc. - represented unsecured creditors committee in bankruptcy of manufacturer of business paper products.

In re Edgewater Medical Center - represented the unsecured creditors committee. Negotiated a carve-out for unsecured creditors even though the secured creditor was not paid in full.

In re AppleIllinois - serves as chairman of the unsecured creditors committee. Debtor is owner of 34 Applebee franchises. 

Counsel to the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in the Chapter 11 case Greektown Holdings LLC, involving a hotel and casino gaming complex with annual revenues of approximately $300 million

Counsel to the Litigation Trustee of the Greektown Litigation Trust in the prosecution of a multi-million dollar fraudulent transfer action

Counsel to the Debtor in the Chapter 11 case Edgewood Villas, involving a bond-financed low-income multifamily apartment complex

Counsel to the Unsecured Creditors' Committee in the Chapter 11 case Cadence Innovation, LLC, pending in Delaware, involving a Tier 1 automotive supplier with consolidated annual revenues of approximately $750 million

Special Restructuring Counsel to the Detroit Retirement Systems in connection with the City of Detroit’s financial and operational restructuring and Chapter 9 bankruptcy proceedings

Counsel to several automotive suppliers in the Motors Liquidation Company (f/k/a General Motors Corporation), Old Carco LLC (f/k/a Chrysler LLC), and DPH Holdings Corporation (f/k/a Delphi Corporation) Chapter 11 cases

Counsel to the Unsecured Creditors' Committee and the Liquidating Trustee in the Chapter 11 case Plastech Engineered Products, Inc., involving a Tier 1 automotive supplier with annual revenues of approximately $1.4 billion

Counsel to the Liquidating Trustee in the Chapter 11 case Plastech Engineered Products, Inc., in connection with the liquidation of a Tier 1 automotive supplier which had annual revenues of approximately $1.4 billion

Counsel to the Trustee of the Greektown Distribution Trust, a trust established to reconcile unsecured claims and distribute $10 Million in accordance with the terms of the joint plans of reorganization confirmed in the Greektown Holdings, LLC Chapter 11 case

Counsel to a large not-for-profit community mental health services corporation in the successful out of court restructuring of its secured and unsecured indebtedness

Counsel to several large Tier 1 automotive suppliers in the troubled supplier cases of General Motors Corporation (New York, N.Y.), Dura Automotive, Inc. (Wilmington, Del.), Delphi Corporation (New York, N.Y.), among others

Counsel to the Unsecured Creditors' Committee in the Chapter 11 case Greektown Holdings, LLC, involving a casino and hotel complex with annual revenues in excess of $300 million

Represented financial institutions in the assignment and buyout of commercial paper
Defended a steel company in an adversary proceeding in bankruptcy court in Ohio. The case included claims of preferences and alleged sales to a related company at below market prices. Resulted in a settlement in which the steel company was paid by the debtor most of the claimed debts. (W.D. Pa.)
Defeated on summary judgment million dollar claim by U.S. bankruptcy trustee attempting to strip bank of collateral lien in securities accounts

Bankruptcy and Financial Restructuring Litigation - Reported bankruptcy-related decisions include the following: In re Monsour Medical Center, 11 B.R. 1014 (Bankr. W.D. Pa. 1981), aff’g, 8 B.R. 606 (Bankr W.D. 1981); In re Grimes Furniture, Inc., 47 B.R. 68, 12 Collier Bankr. Cas. 2d 193 (Bankr. W.D. Pa. 1985); In re Chateaugay Corp. 86 B.R. 40 (Bankr. S. D. N. Y 1988); In re I.D. Craig Service Corp. No. 89-00640, 1993 Bankr. Lexis 886 (Bankr. W.D. Pa. 1993); In re I.D. Craig Service Corp. 125 B.R. 453 (Bankr. W.D. Pa. 1991); In re I.D. Craig Service Corp. 118 B.R. 335, 20 Bankr. Ct. Dec. 1597 (Bankr. W.D. Pa. 1990); In re Clark Grind & Polish, Inc. 137 B.R. 172 (Bankr. W.D. Pa._1992) In re Passodelis, 234 B.R. 52, 41 Collier Bankr. Cas. 2d 1757 (Bankr. W.D. Pa. 1999).

Represented creditors in lawsuit commencing involuntary bankruptcy proceeding against debtor
Representation of a national nursing home and assisted living facility operator in its Chapter 11 reorganization case. Assisted the company in its lease divesture program, and aided in the negotiation and formulation of a structured settlement in the United States government related to a claim of Medicaid-Medicare underpayment liability, both of which were integral to the company’s successful reorganization efforts.
Representation of a major telecommunications company in the largest Chapter 11 bankruptcy case commenced in the United States. Among other things, assisted the company's efforts to secure various forms of emergency relief upon the filing of its bankruptcy case and advised corporate executives in resolving the myriad crises the company faced during the initial stages of its reorganization.
Representations include commercial real estate and asset based lending transactions

Bankruptcy and Financial Restructuring Litigation - Enforced rights of creditor corporations and other business organizations with respect to federal bankruptcy and state insolvency/receivership proceedings in Bankruptcy Courts, United States District Courts, United States Courts of Appeals, and state courts in various regions of the country.

Bankruptcy and Financial Restructuring Litigation - Represented bond trustee in bankruptcy of debt service obligor.

Represented an internationally known beverage corporation and certain of its affiliates in a complex chapter 11 bankruptcy case, resulting in the dismissal of the fraudulent transfer claims and settlement of the remaining avoidance claims for less than 5% of the total claim amount
Represent a national financial institution in a complex chapter 11 bankruptcy case involving a paper distributor in cash collateral hearings, plan formation and related bankruptcy issues
Represented several leasing companies in a complex fraud-based scheme in a chapter 11 bankruptcy case, with competing secured claims and fraudulent transfers and avoidance claims
Represented a national leasing company in the restructuring of a defaulted commercial lease transaction with a hospital, which included adding its parent company as a corporate guarantor and resolving commercial landlord/tenant issues
Representation of the administrative agent for the senior secured lender group in the Chapter 11 case of a steel manufacturer that involved the orderly liquidation of the company’s major steel-making components and obtaining court approval for the $40,000,000 sale of the company’s primary assets over the objections of an alternative purchaser.
Participated personally and telephonically in over 200 hearings in United States Bankruptcy Courts in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the State of West Virginia, and throughout the country, on behalf of national banking associations, financial and lending institutions, and corporations. Hearings involved, among other matters, motions/objections for utilization of cash collateral, motions for relief from the automatic stay, motions for payment of administrative expenses, motions to compel assumption, and rejection of executory contracts.
Represented client in bankruptcy removal and transfer proceeding under 11 U.S.C. §1452, successfully overcoming a remand motion and defeating objections to a motion to transfer a Pennsylvania state court litigation to the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Missouri; See Hohl v. Bastian, 279 B.R. 165 (W.D. Pa. 2002).
Represented clients in connection with opposition to removal of state court litigation to district court, based on diversity jurisdiction and bankruptcy jurisdiction.
Represented clients in connection with appeal to the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the Sixth Circuit.
Sought removal and transfer of all mass tort litigation cases pending against for-profit corporate client to the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Represented clients in adversary proceedings in United States Bankruptcy Courts in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the State of West Virginia, and throughout the country to challenge dischargeability generally, or with respect to a particular debt.
Defended financial institutions in adversary proceedings relative to "predatory lending" actions, arising out of the Truth in Lending Act, the Pennsylvania Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law, and the Homeowners Protection Act.
Participated on Unsecured Creditor Committees on behalf of for-profit corporate clients.
Litigated and/or settled numerous preference claims on behalf of various for-profit corporate clients.
Worked with corporate client in multimillion dollar asset purchase of medical hospitals in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding.
Represented secured creditors in connection with 11 U.S.C. §506(c) "cramdown" actions.
Represented creditors in connection with asset sales outside of bankruptcy.
Negotiated and documented numerous forbearance or standstill agreements for financial institutions, national banking associations and lenders.
Represented financial institutions and lenders in connection with Uniform Commercial Code private and public sales of personal property, including inventory, customer or client lists, machinery and equipment and accounts receivable.
Represented financial institutions and other creditors in mortgage foreclosure proceedings, replevin actions, deficiency judgment actions and all facets of court supervised executions against personal and real property.
Represented financial institutions and other creditors in mortgage foreclosure proceedings, replevin actions, deficiency judgment actions and all facets of court supervised executions against personal and real property.
Represented financial institutions and other creditors in confession of judgment actions against borrowers and guarantors of debt.
Defended financial institutions in litigation brought to open or strike confessed judgments.
Represented financial institution in connection with appeal to the Pennsylvania Superior Court relative to judgment in mortgage foreclosure, and successfully achieved affirmation of lower court's judgment in favor of client.
Represented financial institutions in connection with domestication and execution on foreign judgments in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as well as other states throughout the country.
Counsel to the agent in connection with an approximately $41,000,000 debtor-in-possession financing of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of a steel storage systems manufacturer that involved the roll-up of the syndicate's pre-petition debt and the negotiation of a consensual, orderly liquidation of the debtor's domestic and foreign assets with the committee of unsecured creditors and a junior secured creditor
Represented financial institutions and finance companies in matters pertaining to cash collateral agreements, relief from stay litigation, plan negotiations, plan confirmation issues and objections, "cramdown" actions, including valuation issues, proof of claim litigation, preference and fraudulent transfer litigation
Represented purchasers of assets from Chapter 11 Debtor estates
Represented Indenture Trustee in Chapter 11 case resulting in full repayment of obligations arising under bond indenture
Represented a Fortune 500 company in seeking removal and transfer of all mass tort litigation cases pending against corporation to the Western District of Pennsylvania
Represented clients in appeals to the Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the Sixth Circuit, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
Represented clients in bankruptcy matters generally, including defending preference actions, pursuing reclamation claims, and contracts (including supply contracts)
Reviewed commercial loan documentation and advised financial institutions and other lenders with respect to default issues and remedies
Represented financial institutions and other lenders in the negotiation and documentation of credit facilities and forbearance agreements

Bankruptcy and Financial Restructuring Litigation - Tried/argued bankruptcy cases on behalf of creditors in U.S. District Courts in the Western, Middle and Eastern Districts of Pennsylvania; Southern District of New York; Northern District of Illinois; and Second and Third Circuit United States Courts of Appeal.

Represented secured creditors in connection with UCC Article 9 rights, including foreclosure and disposition of collateral subject to security interests
Represented financial institutions and other creditors in mortgage foreclosure, replevin and deficiency judgment actions (largest mortgage foreclosure action was for $120 Million)
Represented and/or defended financial institutions and other creditors in confession of judgment actions and actions to strike and/or open confessed judgments
Represented judgment creditors in executions against personal and real property
Represented franchisors in franchisee bankruptcy proceedings, including enforcement of and assumption/rejection of franchise agreement
Counsel to the agent in connection with an approximately $41,000,000 debtor-in-possession financing of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of a steel storage systems manufacturer that involved the roll-up of the syndicate's pre-petition debt and the negotiation of a consensual, orderly liquidation of the debtor's domestic and foreign assets with the committee of unsecured creditors and a junior secured creditor.
Representation of a Fortune 500 Company and 50% shareholder of Pittsburgh Corning Corporation in Chapter 11 bankruptcy of Pittsburgh Corning Corporation, filed primarily as a result of asbestos liabilities of Pittsburgh Corning Corporation
Represented a national financial institution in a litigation and bankruptcy proceedings against a printing company, resulting in close to 100% recovery of the outstanding debt
News
Clark Hill Announces Two New Members of Corporate Restructuring & Bankruptcy Group Clark Hill Attorneys Joel D. Applebaum and Linda M. Watson to Present "Can You Really Anticipate Harm in Commercial Agreements?” on November 16, 2016Twenty-Eight Clark Hill Attorneys Named to DBusiness Magazine's 2017 Top Lawyers ListClark Hill PLC Receives National Rankings in the 2017 Edition of U.S. News-Best Lawyers, “Best Law Firms”Scott Schreiber Named Clark Hill's National Restructuring & Bankruptcy Practice Group Co-LeaderClark Hill Attorney Robert D. Gordon to Present on Public-Sector Bankruptcy and Restructuring at ALI Conference in Washington, D.C., on October 21, 2016Sixty Clark Hill Attorneys Named 2016 Michigan Super Lawyers & Rising StarsSixty-Four Clark Hill Attorneys Selected for Inclusion in the 2017 Edition of Best Lawyers in AmericaClark Hill Attorney Robert D. Gordon Presents on Chapter 9 Municipal Bankruptcy at ABA Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico, April 8, 2016 Clark Hill Attorney Robert D. Gordon Presents on Chapter 9 Municipal Bankruptcy and Workouts at Public Funds Summit, January 15, 2016. Sixty-Six Clark Hill Attorneys Selected for the 2015 Super Lawyers Business EditionTwenty-Eight Clark Hill Attorneys Named to DBusiness Magazine's 2016 Top Lawyers ListClark Hill PLC Receives National Tier 1 Ranking for Litigation – Construction in the 2016 Edition of U.S. News-Best Lawyers, “Best Law Firms”Clark Hill Attorney Joel D. Applebaum to Moderate Panel Discussion at American College of Bankruptcy Sixth Circuit Educational Program October 24, 2015 Clark Hill Attorney Robert D. Gordon to Present on Chapter 9 Municipal Bankruptcy and Workouts at American Law Institute CLE Conference “Employee Benefit Plans of Tax-Exempt and Governmental Employers,” September 11, 2015 Sixty-Five Clark Hill Attorneys Named to Michigan Super Lawyers 2015 ListClark Hill PLC Receives National and Metropolitan Tier 1 Rankings in the 2016 Edition of Best Lawyers in America's “Best Law Firms”Sixty-Two Clark Hill Attorneys Selected for Inclusion in the 2016 Edition of Best Lawyers in AmericaClark Hill Attorney Robert D. Gordon to Speak on Workouts and Chapter 9 Municipal Bankruptcy at the Public Funds Summit East on July 20-22, 2015Clark Hill Attorney Robert D. Gordon to Speak on “Municipal Bankruptcy: Perspectives From Either Side of the Bench” at NAPPA Legal Education Conference on June 23-26, 2015Clark Hill Attorneys Scott N. Schreiber & Shannon L. Deeby Presented on Intellectual Property & Bankruptcy at the 32nd Annual National CLE Bankruptcy Conference Clark Hill Attorney Robert D. Gordon Speaks on Chapter 9 Municipal Bankruptcy at Mid-South Commercial Law Seminar in Nashville, TN on December 4, 2014Clark Hill Attorney Robert D. Gordon to Speak on Chapter 9 Municipal Bankruptcy at Campbell Law Review Symposium on October 17, 2014 in Raleigh, NCClark Hill PLC's Corporate Restructuring & Bankruptcy Practice Group Group Grows with Addition of Sherry Lowe Johnson Clark Hill PLC Continues to Grow as Five New Additions Join the Chicago TeamBankruptcy and Reorganization Attorney Scott N. Schreiber Joins Clark Hill ChicagoClark Hill Attorney Robert D. Gordon to Present at the American Bankruptcy Institute 32nd Annual Spring Meeting in Washington D.C.Clark Hill Attorney Paul S. Magy to Serve as Panelist for Strafford Commercial Real Estate and Bankruptcy CLE Webinar January 30, 2014Clark Hill Attorney Paul S. Magy to Serve as Panelist for Strafford Commercial Real Estate and Bankruptcy CLE Webinar December 4, 2013Clark Hill Attorney Joel D. Applebaum to be Inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy in Washington, D.C. March 14, 2014Clark Hill Attorney Joel Applebaum to Present at the American Bankruptcy Institute Central States Conference June 13 – 16Clark Hill PLC Attorneys Joel D. Applebaum and Reginald M. Turner Participated in the “Professionalism in Action Program” – Jan. 25Attorney Robert D. Gordon Elected to the Board of the Turnaround Management Association, Michigan ChapterClark Hill Bankruptcy Attorney Robert Gordon Interviewed by John McCullough on WJR’s Frank Beckmann ShowClark Hill Bankruptcy Attorney Robert Gordon to Present to the Wayne County Association of School Boards Regarding Chapter 9 Bankruptcy IssuesClark Hill Corporate Restructuring & Bankruptcy Group Leader Robert D. Gordon Profiled By Crain’s Detroit Business As One of Detroit’s “Best Lawyers”Clark Hill Attorney Robert D. Gordon to Moderate ABI Roundtable Discussion at 83rd Annual National Conference of Bankruptcy JudgesClark Hill Attorney Robert D. Gordon Presents to State Bar of Michigan, Real Property Law SectionClark Hill Attorney Robert D. Gordon Cited in Wall Street JournalClark Hill Attorney Robert D. Gordon Speaks at Original Equipment Suppliers Association on Tooling IssuesClark Hill Attorney Joel D. Applebaum to Participate as Speaker and Panel Coordinator at ABI Central States Conference
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Robert D. Gordon Quoted in Yahoo Finance: Puerto Rico Turnaround Plan Seen Under Microscope of Creditors, Board, March 2017Robert D. Gordon Quoted in Reuters: In Puerto Rico, Pensions' Decline Pits Retirees Against Lenders, February 2017Robert D. Gordon Mentioned on Nasdaq: ANALYSIS - In Puerto Rico, Pensions' Decline Pits Retirees Against Lenders, February 2017Robert D. Gordon Quoted in Debtwire: Puerto Rico's Public Pensioners Hire Clark Hill and Professional Services Corp., January 2017PROMESA and Retiree Benefits: The Need for Vigilance and a Voice by Robert D. GordonClark Hill attorney Scott N. Schreiber quoted in The Daily Beast article "Trump's Get Rich Seminar Partnered With Couple Prosecuted for Fraud", April 2016Privacy Shield: Gov't Responsibilities, Bulk Data Collection: Part II - March 2016Joel D. Applebaum Quoted in Crain's Detroit: Chassix's Return to Profitability: Plant that Sent Company Spiraling Getting Refurbished, March 2016Robert D. Gordon Quoted in The Bond Buyer: Wayne County Warns Investors of Bankruptcy Risks - June 2015Robert D. Gordon Quoted in Bloomberg Business: San Bernardino to Replace Firefighters, Cut Bonds Under Proposal - May 2015Robert D. Gordon Quoted in LifeHealthPro: Calpers’ Pension Hammer Forces ‘Unfair’ Bond Ruling By Judge - May 2015From Fort Lee to Bowling v. Office of Open RecordsRethinking Governmental Immunity in PennsylvaniaRobert D. Gordon Featured in Who's Who in Detroit's Bankruptcy - October 2013Opponents Ready to Fight Warehouse DecisionSitting in JudgmentYour Retail Tenant Has Filed For Bankruptcy - NOW WHAT?