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Recent trends in enforcement of intercreditor agreements and agreements among lenders in bankruptcy

USA - April 20 2017 Over the last several decades, the enforcement of intercreditor agreements ("ICAs") that purport to affect voting rights and the rights to receive...

Seth E. Jacobson, Alison Wirtz, Carl T. Tullson.

Oil and Gas Industry Seeks Steady Ground Following Year of Restructurings, Restrictive Lending

USA - January 28 2017 Crude oil and natural gas prices reached multiyear lows of approximately $26 per barrel for crude oil (as of January 2016) and $1.50 per million...

George N. Panagakis, Mark S. Chehi, Carl T. Tullson.

Recent Case Highlights Opportunity for Distressed Exploration and Production Companies

USA - March 14 2016 On March 8, 2016, a bankruptcy court in the Southern District of New York issued a much-anticipated decision, In re Sabine Oil & Gas Corporation,...

George N. Panagakis, Elsa Andrianifahanana, Frank E. Bayouth.

Oil and Gas Companies Utilize Restructuring Strategies to Navigate Industry in Flux

USA - January 18 2016 Precipitous commodity price declines that began in mid-2014 continued to disrupt the oil and gas industry in 2015, outlasting the expectations of...

K. Kristine Dunn, George N. Panagakis, Michelle Gasaway, Frank E. Bayouth, Jessica S. Kumar.

Oil and gas companies brace for fall redeterminations

USA - October 19 2015 For most of 2015, industry observers have predicted that depressed commodity prices will result in a surge in M&A activity among domestic exploration...

Ebba Gebisa, Frank E. Bayouth.