Key Practitioners in Hertz Chapter 11 Join Special Virtual Program on October 14 to Discuss Creative Strategies Employed and Lessons Learned from the Case

Key Practitioners in Hertz Chapter 11 Join Special Virtual Program on October 14 to Discuss Creative Strategies Employed and Lessons Learned from the Case

Alexandria, Va. — A special virtual program at noon EDT on October 14 will bring together industry leaders to discuss how they directed the Hertz chapter 11 filing during the pandemic to result in a successful exit from bankruptcy in June 2021. The “Anatomy of the Hertz Chapter 11” program, moderated by Bloomberg Law and sponsored by Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP, Moelis & Company and White & Case LLP, features practitioners who were involved with the case presenting their strategies, how they employed aggressive, nontraditional steps to maximize the company’s value, and how negotiation was of utmost importance.

Speakers on the webinar include:

  • Katherine Bologna, managing director, ABS, at Deutsche Bank AG, who served as the asset-backed securitization lender in the Hertz case.
  • Amy Caton, partner with Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP, who served as counsel to Hertz’s Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors.
  • William Derrough, co-head of Restructuring and Recapitalization and member of the Senior Leadership Team of Moelis & Company, who served as the lead investment banker in the Hertz case.
  • Thomas Lauria, a partner and global head of the Financial Restructuring and Insolvency Practice of White & Case LLP, who served as counsel to Hertz.
  • The moderator for the program will be Jeff Fuller, a legal analyst with Bloomberg Law.

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