Morris James partner Eric J. Monzo and senior counsel Douglas N. Candeub will lead a group presentation regarding creditors' rights in sports retail bankruptcy cases. The presentation is offered through the Delaware Bankruptcy Inn of Court on Tuesday February 21, 2017. Issues subject to the discussion include those affecting commercial landlords, trade creditors, and the Bankruptcy Court's use of Consumer Privacy Ombudsmen to protect consumer privacy rights.
Morris James is uniquely situated to handle issues intersecting bankruptcy and privacy in Delaware and beyond through its bankruptcy/creditors' rights and data privacy practice groups.
Eric Monzo focuses his practice primarily on issues relating to business restructuring and insolvency. He regularly represents a wide range of stakeholders including corporate debtors, commercial creditors, official and unofficial committees, trustees, lender groups, agents to syndicated lending groups, financial institutions, principal financial and private equity sponsors, officers, insurers, accountants, and financial advisors.
Doug Candeub has over 20 years of experience working to achieve effective outcomes for his clients in matters pertaining to bankruptcy, insolvency, corporate restructuring, and creditors’ rights. As a litigator, Doug represents business clients in both state and federal Court, at the trial and appellate level. As a business lawyer, he provides advice and representation to clients on business issues and disputes.