A group of turnaround lawyers at
The departures include
Gibson Dunn declined to comment on the hires. A representative from Jones Day didn’t immediately provide a comment.
Turnaround advisory firms, investment bankers and law firms have been
Greenberg joins Gibson as global co-chair of the business restructuring and reorganization group. He helped expand the secured lender practice at Jones Day, representing term lenders to Monitronics International Inc., Crossmark Holdings Inc., Catalina Marketing Corp. and David’s Bridal Inc., as well as rue21 Inc.’s bankruptcy.
Domanowksi worked out of Jones Day’s Chicago office focused on restructuring as well as banking, finance and securities. He represented American Apparel LLC and Boscov’s Department Store Inc. in their Chapter 11 cases, as well as lenders to J. Crew Inc.
Cohen, based in New York, represented the secured lenders to Syncreon Group BV, the first lien and debtor-in-possession lenders to Catalina, and the term loan and DIP lenders to David’s Bridal.
Gibson Dunn is a global law firm with more than 1,300 lawyers in 20 offices globally. Jones Day employs over 2,500 lawyers and 950 partners in 43 offices around the world, with its largest office in Washington, according to its website.
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