Todd J. Rosen

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Todd J. Rosen is a bankruptcy partner in the Los Angeles office of Munger, Tolles & Olson.

Mr. Rosen's practice includes representation of bondholders, lenders, and other creditors in connection with bankruptcy and financial restructuring matters of all types. Mr. Rosen's bankruptcy expertise includes DIP financings, section 363(f) asset sales, automatic stay litigation and plan litigation. His practice also encompasses pre-bankruptcy planning, loan workouts and out-of-court restructuring.

Key Representations

  • Energy Future Holdings Corp., a privately held energy company with a portfolio of competitive and regulated energy companies, in the restructuring of its $42 billion debt load.
  • Bank of America in litigation brought in bankruptcy court by Lehman Brothers Special Financing Inc. alleging fraudulent transfer claims for the distribution of more than $1 billion under a “flip-clause” triggered by Lehman Brother’s bankruptcy filing.
  • Boeing in the bankruptcy of Lightsquared LP in connection with Boeing’s construction and sale of Lightsquared satellites to debtors.
  • The independent members of the board of directors of IndyMac Bancorp as bankruptcy counsel.
  • Clayton Homes (subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Inc.) in a purchase of the military housing business of Fleetwood Enterprises Inc. in a § 363 sale.
  • Certain directors and officers of New Century Financial Corp. as bankruptcy counsel.
  • The Yucaipa Cos. in purchase of substantially all of the assets of FiberTech Polymers LLC. in a § 363 sale.
  • Merrill Lynch in matters related to the bankruptcy of Refco, Inc.
  • Merrill Lynch in Cayman Islands liquidation of the SPhinX Funds.

Mr. Rosen joined the firm in 2004 after working as an investment banker, serving as financial advisor to official committees in the bankruptcy cases of United Airlines, Adelphia Communications and Kmart Corp. Previously, Mr. Rosen practiced corporate law for a number of years at another major Los Angeles firm following his graduation from the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

 

Todd J. Rosen is a bankruptcy partner in the Los Angeles office of Munger, Tolles & Olson.

Mr. Rosen's practice includes representation of bondholders, lenders, and other creditors in connection with bankruptcy and financial restructuring matters of all types. Mr. Rosen's bankruptcy expertise includes DIP financings, section 363(f) asset sales, automatic stay litigation and plan litigation. His practice also encompasses pre-bankruptcy planning, loan workouts and out-of-court restructuring.

Key Representations

  • Energy Future Holdings Corp., a privately held energy company with a portfolio of competitive and regulated energy companies, in the restructuring of its $42 billion debt load.
  • Bank of America in litigation brought in bankruptcy court by Lehman Brothers Special Financing Inc. alleging fraudulent transfer claims for the distribution of more than $1 billion under a “flip-clause” triggered by Lehman Brother’s bankruptcy filing.
  • Boeing in the bankruptcy of Lightsquared LP in connection with Boeing’s construction and sale of Lightsquared satellites to debtors.
  • The independent members of the board of directors of IndyMac Bancorp as bankruptcy counsel.
  • Clayton Homes (subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Inc.) in a purchase of the military housing business of Fleetwood Enterprises Inc. in a § 363 sale.
  • Certain directors and officers of New Century Financial Corp. as bankruptcy counsel.
  • The Yucaipa Cos. in purchase of substantially all of the assets of FiberTech Polymers LLC. in a § 363 sale.
  • Merrill Lynch in matters related to the bankruptcy of Refco, Inc.
  • Merrill Lynch in Cayman Islands liquidation of the SPhinX Funds.

Mr. Rosen joined the firm in 2004 after working as an investment banker, serving as financial advisor to official committees in the bankruptcy cases of United Airlines, Adelphia Communications and Kmart Corp. Previously, Mr. Rosen practiced corporate law for a number of years at another major Los Angeles firm following his graduation from the University of Pennsylvania Law School.