Pryor Cashman Partners are rated for bankruptcy mandates in the first half of 2022 – Insolvency/Bankruptcy

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In a New Generation Research (NGR) report examining new bankruptcy warrants in the first half of 2022 (1H22), Pryor Cashman’s partners, Seth H. Lieberman and Patrick Sibley, were noted as among “the most assets of 1H22 on the front of the main lawyers”, with four new mandates.

NGR’s Group Business and Bankruptcy Data Advisor Retention Report also places the firm at No. 1 in the legal rankings – lender/agent/trustee under contract with four tenures.

These outstanding results for the firm’s Bankruptcy, Reorganization + Creditors’ Rights group follow Debtwire’s June 2022 Restructuring Advisory Retainers report, which ranked Pryor Cashman in the top 10 for lead counsel retainers until now in 2022 and at No. 6 in the Bond/Loan category.

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