J. Gregory Milmoe brings to his practice wide-ranging corporate experience including in-court and out-of-court restructurings, hostile and negotiated mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts and corporate financings including initial public offerings and transactions involving REITs. Well known for his role in the Long Term Capital rescue, Mr. Milmoe has been described in Chambers USA as "one of the standard bearing icons of this industry . . . . considered a dean of corporate restructuring and a leading authority on exchange offers."
Mr. Milmoe has played a leading role in numerous significant restructuring matters including: bankruptcies (CIT, Refco, Interstate Bakeries, Source Interlink, Exodus Communications, Aurora Foods and IGC); exchange offers and workouts (Harrah’s, Realogy, Revlon, FECC, FGIC, Fairfield Manufacturing, Alamosa, Mirant and ITC^DeltaCom); and “stress M&A” (the NHL’s acquisition of the Phoenix Coyotes, Verizon Wireless’ acquisition of NextWave, McKesson’s acquisition of Foxmeyer Corp., Fortress Investment Group’s acquisitions of Pinnacle, Brookdale and NBA, and Dean Foods’ acquisition of assets from Parmalat USA).
Mr. Milmoe is listed in the K&A Restructuring Register, the peer group listing of the top restructuring attorneys and financial advisors in the United States; is listed as a leader in the corporate restructuring and insolvency field in both Chambers Global and Chambers USA; has been named by Turnarounds & Workouts to its list of the top dozen restructuring lawyers in America; and was named a “Dealmaker of the Year” by The American Lawyer in 2007. He is a fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy.