Cameron Fee focuses his practice on business reorganizations, distressed transactions and commercial litigation arising from distressed situations. He has experience advising companies, creditors, equity holders, lenders, sponsors, hedge funds and acquirers in all aspects of out-of-court restructurings and corporate reorganizations.
Mr. Fee’s significant representations include:
- Melinta Therapeutics, Inc. in its Chapter 11 reorganization in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware;
- SunEdison, Inc. and certain of its domestic and international subsidiaries, which collectively were the world’s largest renewables developers at the time of their filings, in all aspects of their successful Chapter 11 restructuring;
- Perfumania, Inc. and its affiliates in connection with their going private transaction pursuant to their prepackaged Chapter 11 cases;
- Bank of America as the prepetition ABL agent and debtor-in-possession lender in VER Technologies Holdco LLC’s and Remington Outdoor Company’s Chapter 11 reorganizations;
- Highbridge Capital Management, LLC as the prepetition secured lender and
debtor-in-possession lender in Pernix Therapeutics Holdings, Inc. and its affiliates’ Chapter 11 cases;
- Triumph Group (Vought Aircraft Industries) in an out-of-court restructuring;
- Optima Acquisitions, LLC as plan sponsor and litigation target in Optima Specialty Steel, Inc.’s Chapter 11 case;
- Peter Thiel and Thiel Capital in the Chapter 11 proceedings of Gawker Media, LLC and associated litigation with the debtor’s estate;
- the post-confirmation trustee of AgFeed Industries, Inc. in various litigation matters;
- a tier-one airline supplier in its ongoing restructuring efforts;
- DuPont in connection with disputes relating to its spin-off of Chemours;
- Black Diamond Capital Management, L.L.C. in connection with securing approval from the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York of the sale of Empire Generating to an entity controlled by Black Diamond and confirmation of a related “no impairment” plan of reorganization over the objection of certain minority lenders; and
- Patriarch Partners in connection with various restructuring matters concerning certain collateralized loan obligations.
Mr. Fee frequently writes on a variety of restructuring topics, including intercreditor agreements, cramdown interest rates, intellectual property, executory contracts and insider compensation. He is an active member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and Delaware Bankruptcy Inns of Court.