Leah Fiorenza McNeill is noted as a new financial restructuring and reorganization partner in the firm’s Atlanta office; Stephen Blank is mentioned as a financial restructuring and reorganization counsel in the New York office; and Gerard Catalanello is quoted on their joining.
In the News May 6, 2022
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