Mr. Mackintosh is an associate in the Financial Restructuring and Insolvency Group in the Los Angeles office with over a decade of experience representing debtors, creditors, purchasers, lenders, and other parties in interest in bankruptcy proceedings.
Debtor clients that have benefited from his expertise include WCI Communities, a national homebuilder; Otero County Hospital Association, a regional hospital in New Mexico; Coda Automotive, a California electric vehicle start-up; Classic Party Rentals, a national party production company; and Essar Steel Minnesota, a pre-production mining concern.
Notable creditor representations include affiliates of Beal Bank, the Houston Rockets, and Bancomext.
Mr. Mackintosh also has litigation experience outside of the bankruptcy context.
Represented Bancomext as creditor in the chapter 11 proceedings of M&G USA Corporation.
Represented LNV Corp. in its purchase of an electric power plant and as a first-lien lender in the Delaware chapter 11 proceedings of La Paloma Generating Company, LLC.
Represented John Ritter and the Focus Entities as debtors in their Nevada chapter 11 proceedings.
Represented the Houston Rockets NBA team in its role as equity holder, creditor, and plan proponent in the Houston chapter 11 proceedings of Houston Regional Sports Network, L.P.
Represented CLMG Corp. as secured lender and DIP lender in the Dallas chapter 11 proceedings of ERG Intermediate Holdings, LLC.
Represented Event Rentals, Inc. (d.b.a. Classic Party Rentals) as a debtor in its Delaware chapter 11 proceedings.
Represented Coda Automotive, Inc. as a debtor in its Delaware chapter 11 proceedings.
Represented Otero County Hospital Association, Inc. as a debtor in its New Mexico chapter 11 proceedings.
Represented Hovione Limited as a creditor in the Delaware chapter 11 proceedings of Achaogen, Inc.
Represented the purchaser of the Texas Rangers in the Dallas chapter 11 proceedings of Texas Rangers Baseball Partners.
Represented a certified class of tort claimants and, subsequently, the post-confirmation litigation trust, in the chapter 11 proceedings of Freedom Communications, Inc.