Enron Corp.

A member of the firm represented fund and fund managers in excess of $3 billion of senior unsecured debt in Enron's chapter 11 case, including in connection with plan-related disputes and in an appeal regarding the extent of the "senior indebtedness" that was entitled to the benefit of subordination provisions in four different subordinated indentures. Separately, but also in the Enron case, a member of the firm represented funds and fund managers holding claims in excess of $3.8 billion in filing an amicus brief.

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