Eric’s practice includes debtors, creditors, acquirers, and other participants in complex corporate restructurings and distressed M&A.
Prior to joining Weil, Eric practiced bankruptcy and M&A at a major international law firm after receiving his J.D., magna cum laude, from Brooklyn Law School. While in law school, Eric served as a Comments Editor for the Brooklyn Law Review and active participant in the school’s Moot Court Team, Appellate Division.
Eric has been a member of teams representing various parties in a number of in-court and out-of-court restructurings, including:
- Ruby Pipeline, LLC, a developer and operator of interstate natural gas pipeline and supplier of natural gas to consumers in California, Nevada, and the Pacific Northwest, in connection with its chapter 11 case.
- CBL & Associates Properties, Inc., one of the largest mall owners in the United States, in connection with their restructuring of more than $4 billion of obligations.
Creditor/Sponsor/Other Party Experience:
- Digicel Group Holdings Limited, in connection with the representation of an ad hoc group of creditors in the cross-border restructuring and chapter 15 proceedings of Digicel Group, an international mobile phone network and home entertainment provider, which included more than $1.5 billion of indebtedness.
- WeWork Inc., in connection with the representation of SoftBank Group Corp. and SoftBank Vision Fund II in transactions related to debt and equity investments in WeWork, a global flexible space provider.
- Onyx Centersource, in connection with the representation of an ad hoc committee of secured lenders in the out-of-court restructuring of Onyx Centersource, a leading provider of hospitality technology for commission payments and recovery solutions for hotels and travel agencies.