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Harrison Denman is a partner in the New York office of White & Case's Financial Restructuring and Insolvency Practice. His practice focuses on representing investors in distressed debt and equity in Chapter 11 proceedings and out-of-court restructurings. Prior to joining White & Case, Mr. Denman clerked for Judge James M. Peck of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. Mr. Denman was selected for 2016 as an Outstanding Young Restructuring Lawyer by Turnarounds and Workouts.
Ad hoc group of holders of secured debt of Concordia International Corp. in its corporate restructuring.
Ad hoc group of holders on unsecured bonds in the Breitburn Energy chapter 11 cases.
Ad hoc group of holders of, and indenture trustee for, convertible notes in the SunEdison Inc. chapter 11 cases.
Ad hoc group of holders of unsecured bonds issued by Intelsat (Luxembourg) S.A.
Ad hoc group of holders of unsecured bonds in the Energy XXI chapter 11 cases.
Ad hoc group of holders of, and indenture trustee for, unsecured bonds in the Caesars Entertainment Operating Company chapter 11 cases.
Ad hoc group of holders of unsecured bonds issued by Texas Competitive Electric Holdings in the Energy Future Holdings chapter 11 cases.
Ad hoc group of holders of euro-denominated bonds in the Quiksilver, Inc. chapter 11 cases.
Ad hoc group of holders of, and indenture trustee for, secured bonds in the Residential Capital chapter 11 cases.
Ad hoc group of holders of secured bonds of LBI Media, Inc.
"Latin American Restructurings", November 28, 2016: 23rd Annual Beard Group Distressed Investing Conference, (Panelist)
"Legal Trends within Bankruptcy and Restructuring", May 24, 2016: 9th Annual Debtwire Investors Summit, (Panelist)
Turning the Page: The Demise of the "Queenan Doctrine" Requiring the Adoption of a Foreclosure Valuation Methodology in Chapter 11 Cases, 25 U. Miami Bus. L. Rev. (2017)
Contributing Author to Bank Failures: Lessons from Lehman Brothers, Oxford University Press 2017
A Tale of Two Debtors: Lehman Brothers and the Availability of Equitable Subordination in the "Dueling Debtor" Context, 9 N.Y.U. J.L. & BUS. 269 (2012)