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Sheldon L. Solow (08/19/14)
Sheldon Solow is a Partner in the firm’s Chicago office. He has represented and continues to represent a wide variety of constituencies, including secured lenders (lead counsel to Bank Group in Cambridge Industries), purchasers of businesses (Schwinn Bicycle), bondholders (International Knife and Saw), fiduciaries (Trustee of Winstar Communications, Representative for Unknown Asbestos Claimants in Plibrico), special litigation committees (Safety Kleen) and debtors (Kotler Industries) as well as individual clients. He also served as Trustee for Midway Airlines, Inc. — the largest Chapter 7 proceeding in the Northern District of Illinois. Sheldon was appointed by the Honorable Robert Ginsberg as legal representative for the class of unknown malpractice claimants in In re Provident Hospital. In Chambers USA 2013, Sheldon is recognized as a leading practitioner in Bankruptcy & Restructuring. He is ranked in Best Lawyers in America (2011-2015) for Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights, and Insolvency and Reorganization Law.
Dr. Annette Bödeker, LL.M. (08/13/14)
Dr. Annette Bödeker is a member of the Corporate Group and serves as Head of the Corporate Department in Frankfurt. Dr. Bödeker is an accomplished corporate lawyer with a broad client base including German and international corporations as well as financial institutions.
Dr. Petra Brenner (08/12/14)
Petra is a member of Kaye Scholer’s Finance Department in Frankfurt. She represents banks, financial institutions, institutional and other investors as well as sponsors and borrowers on the origination, syndication and restructuring of domestic German and cross-border acquisition, project and real estate finance transactions. Petra also has extensive experience in structuring and restructuring complex financing structures. Her practice includes the representation of lenders, borrowers, debt and equity investors in distressed situations.