ECJ/Peter Davidson Win Award for Restructuring of Georges Marciano Estate
The M&A Advisor announced the winners of the 8th Annual M&A Advisor Turnaround Awards on Wednesday, January 22nd. Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP, led by partner, Peter A. Davidson, was named a winner for the Cross-Border Restructuring Deal of the Year (Over $100mm to $1 Billion) for the restructuring of the Georges Marciano Estate.
“Since 2002, we have been honoring the leading turnaround transactions, companies and dealmakers. Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP was chosen from over 500 participating companies to receive the award. It gives us great pleasure to recognize Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP and bestow upon them our highest honor for distressed investing and reorganization firms and professionals,” said David Fergusson, President, The M&A Advisor. Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP represents the best of the distressed investing and reorganization industry in 2013 and earned these honors by standing out in a group of very impressive candidates.”
“I am honored and pleased The M & A Advisor chose to recognize the professionals who worked on this matter, the largest individual involuntary bankruptcy case in history. The professionals dealt with many cutting edge issues, and the restructuring will hopefully result in all creditors being paid in full,” said Peter A. Davidson, Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP partner and counsel for the Official Unsecured Creditors Committee.
Mr. Davidson is a partner in ECJ’s Bankruptcy, Receivership, and Reorganization Department and has represented receivers, plaintiffs and defendants in receivership actions in state and federal court and trustees, creditors’ committees, secured creditors and debtors in the bankruptcy court. Mr. Davidson has also acted as a receiver, a conservator and a court appointed monitor. Mr. Davidson is a published author and frequent speaker on bankruptcy and receivership related matters.
Download attached press release for additional information. Also see "ECJ’s Peter Davidson Shares Insights with LABJ on Famous Jeans Maker Bankruptcy."