Matthew L. Warren

Chicago
  • 330 North Wabash Avenue, Suite 2800
  • Chicago, IL 60611
  • USA
 
 

Matthew Warren is a member of the Finance Department of Latham & Watkins. Mr. Warren focuses his practice on transactional matters, with a particular emphasis in insolvency issues. In addition, Mr. Warren is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute.

Mr. Warren is an adjunct professor at the DePaul College of Law where he teaches Bankruptcy Law.

Speaking Engagements

  • Festschrift for Ted Schneyer: Lawyer Regulation for the 21st Century symposium (53 Ariz. L . Rev. 533) — Arizona Law Review, Summer 2011 Edition, January 2011
Publications
  • The Continuing Lack of Guidance on Professional Retention in Bankruptcy and its Potential Impact on Corporate Debtors’ Retention of Adequate Legal Counsel, 53 Ariz. L. Rev. 533 (2011)
  • Seventh Circuit Disagrees With Philadelphia Newspapers and Finds That Credit Bidding Required for Assets Sales in Bankruptcy Plans, The Secured Lender (2011)
  • Preventing Economic Harm from the Miscalculation of Risk in Equipment Leases, 87 Am. Bankr. L.J. 405 (2013)

Mr. Warren has been involved in Latham's representation of, among others, the following clients in the following matters:

  • The debtor in:
    • A123 Systems, Inc.
    • Graceway Pharmaceuticals
    • Greenfield Energy Services
    • National Envelope Corporation
    • Regent Communications
  • Agent under revolving credit facility and letter-of-credit for the bankruptcy proceedings of Real Mex Restaurants, Inc.
  • Agent under international out-of-court debt-for-equity exchange
  • Ad hoc group of majority term lenders in the prepackaged bankruptcy of UniTek Global Services, Inc. resulting in debt-for-equity exchange
  • Second lien administrative agent in the Quicksilver Resources bankruptcy
 
 
 
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