Angeline J. Hwang represents debtors, creditors, equity holders, sponsors and other parties-in-interest in large and complex domestic and cross-border restructurings, distressed financings and distressed M&A transactions in both in-court and out-of-court processes. Ms. Hwang has advised clients across a wide variety of industries, including retail, financial services, oil and gas, technology and aircraft leasing.
Her representations prior to joining Skadden include:
- MediaMath Holdings Inc. and its affiliates in connection with a comprehensive, out-of-court recapitalization transaction involving new capital and refinancing of existing debt;
- NPC International, Inc. and its debtor affiliates, the nation’s largest franchisee company with over 1,600 Pizza Hut and Wendy’s restaurants and more than 35,000 employees, in their Chapter 11 cases involving more than $900 million of funded debt;
- Chisholm Oil and Gas Operating, LLC and its affiliates in their Chapter 11 cases;
- Ditech Holding Corporation and certain of its affiliated debtors in their prearranged Chapter 11 cases involving sales of substantially all assets through a Chapter 11 plan;
- Sears Holdings Corporation and its affiliated debtors in their Chapter 11 cases, their successful sale of substantially all assets and the confirmation of a liquidating Chapter 11 plan;
- Claire’s Stores, Inc. and its affiliated debtors in their prearranged Chapter 11 cases involving more than $2 billion in funded debt;
- Walter Investment Management, Inc. in its restructuring efforts related to more than $2 billion in funded debt obligations in its prepackaged Chapter 11 case; and
- The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company and its direct and indirect subsidiaries in their Chapter 11 cases.
- an ad hoc group of secured lenders to Nordic Aviation Capital on bespoke restructuring transactions for multiple aviation financing structures implemented under prearranged Chapter 11 cases, including consensual remarketing and mortgage enforcement financing arrangements;
- equity sponsors Blackstone and Carlyle in the out-of-court recapitalization of Service King; and
- certain sponsors in private equity investments.