Brian Hermann is a partner in the Bankruptcy and Corporate Reorganization Department, and a member of the Firm's Media & Entertainment Practice, Brian Hermann focuses on a range of restructuring and bankruptcy matters for both borrower and lender clients. He has extensive experience representing clients in complex out-0f-court restructurings and chapter 11 cases nationwide and across a variety of industries. Brian also routinely represents clients in complex litigation arising out of chapter 11.
His notable other significant bankruptcy cases include Hostess Brands, Spectrum Brands, Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Mirant Corporation and NRG Energy, Inc.
In addition to his work on the Fontainebleau restructuring, Brian has worked on a number of real-estate restructurings. These include his representation of the Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village Tenants Association in connection with the restructuring of that property's multi-billion dollar CMBS and mezzanine debt and his prior representation of the owner of The Park Central Hotel in its chapter 11 case. Mr. Hermann also represented the Noble Drew Ali Tenants Association in the highly contentious bankruptcy of the Noble Drew Ali housing project in Brooklyn, N.Y.
A member of the Media and Entertainment Group, Brian has developed a sub-specialty working on a number of music, media and entertainment company restructurings and related matters.