Landis Rath & Cobb LLP is a premier boutique law firm concentrating on commercial bankruptcy, corporate restructuring and business litigation. We provide sophisticated legal advice and services to national, international and local clients in and out of federal and state courts. Our proven record of success is backed by a commitment to advocate for our clients' interests with personalized service and expert counsel.

Nicolas E. Jenner

Attorneys

Nicolas E. Jenner

Associate
302.467.4435
jenner@lrclaw.com

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Practice Areas: Corporate Bankruptcy and Restructuring, Bankruptcy Litigation and Corporate Litigation

Nick concentrates his practice in the areas of Corporate Bankruptcy and Restructuring, Bankruptcy Litigation and Corporate Litigation.

Nick’s experience includes representing debtors, financial institutions, lenders, secured and unsecured creditors, plan administrators, asset purchasers and other parties-in-interest in cases filed under the United States Bankruptcy Code including chapter 7, chapter 11 and subchapter V.  He represents clients in a wide range of industries including: retail, food and beverage, oil and gas, and pharmaceuticals.  Nick also has represented clients in various litigation matters in the Superior Court of the State of Delaware and the Court of Chancery of the State of Delaware.

Prior to joining the firm, Nick graduated magna cum laude from Widener University Delaware Law School, where he focused his studies on corporate and business law.  While attending law school, he served as a Josiah Oliver Wolcott Fellow to the Honorable Collins J. Seitz, Jr. of the Supreme Court of the State of Delaware, a judicial intern for the Honorable Leonard P. Stark of the United States District Court for the District of Delaware and was a law clerk at a Wilmington law firm that focuses on Delaware business law.  He was also the President of the Widener Transactional Law Honor Society, senior staff on the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law, and served as the John F. Schmutz Corporate and Business Law Institute Fellow.  Nick continues to remain active with the law school, serving on the Delaware Law School Board of Advisors and as a mentor to current students and recent graduates.

Nick is admitted to practice in Delaware and is a member of the Delaware State Bar Association, Delaware Bankruptcy American Inn of Court, American Bar Association, and the American Bankruptcy Institute.  Nick is the Chair of the Young Lawyers’ Section of the Delaware State Bar Association (the “DSBA”), a member of the DSBA’s CLE Committee, and a member of the board of the Delaware Bankruptcy American Inn of Court.

Education

Widener University Delaware Law School, J.D., magna cum laude, 2018
University of Delaware, B.S., Exercise Physiology, 2010

Admissions to Practice

Delaware
United States District Court for the District of Delaware

Memberships & Associations

American Bar Association
American Bankruptcy Institute
Delaware Bankruptcy American Inn of Court, Board Member (Current)
Delaware State Bar Association, Chair of Young Lawyers’ Section (Current), Member of CLE Committee

Publications and Presentations

 You’re On Mute: Avoiding Technology Faux Pas in Practice, The Journal of The Delaware State Bar Association, May 2022, Author

 Lingering Side Effects: Young Lawyers and COVID-19, American Bar Association – Law Practice Today, April 2022, Author

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: Operation Podium (A Focused Review of Substantive Consolidation Issues), Delaware Bankruptcy American Inn of Court, April 2022, Panelist

Summer Judicial Panel, Young Lawyers’ Section of the Delaware State Bar Association, July 2021, Moderator

Emerging Issues in Retail Bankruptcy – Deferral of Lease Obligations under Section 365(d)(3) in the COVID Era, Delaware Bankruptcy American Inn of Court, February 2021, Panelist

Startup Legal 101 Workshop: Legal Issues That Can Haunt Start-Ups: Beware of the Skeletons in Your Closet, University of Delaware Horn Center for Entrepreneurship, November 2019, Panelist

Current Issues in Bankruptcy – Bankruptcy Jeopardy, Delaware Bankruptcy American Inn of Court, May 2019, Panelist

Selected Representations

Chapter 11 Debtors:

Houlihan’s Restaurants, Inc.
Pernix Sleep, Inc.
SFP Franchise Corporation (A/K/A Papyrus)
Sharity Ministries, Inc. (Subchapter V)
Things Remembered, Inc.

Chapter 7 Debtors:

Live Well Financial

Significant Creditors, Lenders and Other Parties In Interest:

Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Holdings, LLC et al. (Secured Lender)
Cred Inc., et al. (Significant Creditor/Litigation Party)
Exide Holdings, Inc. (Plan Administrator)
IMH Financial Corporation (Secured Lender)
Impresa Acquisition Corporation, et al. (Secured Lender)
Knotel, Inc., et al. (Significant Creditor)
Nine Point Energy (Secured Lender and Asset Purchaser)

Firm News
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Nicolas Jenner addresses the lingering side effects of COVID-19 on Young Lawyers in ABA’s Law Practice Today

Delaware Law School Moot Court Honor Society Gets an Assist from LRC Attorneys and Staff

Nick Jenner Coordinates DSBA Young Lawyers’ Toys for Tots Campaign

Nicolas Jenner Elected Vice Chair for DSBA Young Lawyers Section

Nicolas Jenner Appointed to Delaware Law School’s Board of Advisors

Landis Rath & Cobb Welcomes New Associate Nicolas E. Jenner