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About Douglas Mintz

Douglas Mintz

Douglas S. Mintz is a partner and co-chair of the Business Reorganization Group. His practice focuses principally on the representation of creditors in financial restructurings, including secured and unsecured lenders, ad hoc committees of noteholders, equity sponsors and distressed investors.
Doug is Chambers rated for Restructuring and rated in Legal 500 for Municipal Restructurings. He leads SRZ's efforts with respect to borrower and creditor side engagements, including in coordinating SRZ's efforts to represent groups of note and loan holders in and out of bankruptcy court.

Doug has deep experience advising on public finance, energy, commodities and technology restructurings. He was previously a partner at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, where he co-led the firm’s hedge fund client initiative, representing private investment funds in a variety of public finance and energy situations. He advised groups of funds in numerous distressed situations, among many other types of matters. In addition, he played a key role in building out Orrick’s ability to service borrowers in workouts and in bankruptcy.
Doug and his family also created the Morris and Annette Mintz Scholarship, which awards scholarships to first-generation immigrants attending the University of Maryland at College Park. He also served on the Board of the University of Maryland Alumni Association for four years.

Articles by Douglas Mintz

Editors’ Note: DailyDAC makes occasional exceptions to its general policy of publishing only original content when its editors determine an article to be timely, excellent, and of great potential value to its their audience. This article, originally published by Schulte Roth & Zabel as a client alert on January 12th is such an article. We thank the firm for its permission to reprint it here. Judge Martin Glenn of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York issued a ruling last month in the Celsius Network bankruptcy […]