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Law360 Features Partner Michael Haynes' Return to Gardere

10.29.14

Law360 covered Gardere's recent announcement welcoming Michael S. Haynes back to the Firm as a partner in the Bankruptcy and Business Reorganization Practice Group. Mr. Haynes returns to Gardere from Akin Gump in Dallas, and brings with him a particular expertise in restructurings in the oil and gas arena. He has represented debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 trustees, creditor and equity committees, and post-confirmation trusts in a variety of bankruptcy proceedings and bankruptcy-related litigation.

"We are pleased to welcome Michael back to the Gardere team," said Gardere Chair Holland N. O'Neil. "With his background, track record and knowledge of the Firm's culture, we have no doubt he will be an immediate enhancement to our bankruptcy and reorganization practice."

Subscribers can access the full article here. Gardere's press release welcoming Michael Haynes back to the Firm can be found here.

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