LRC was retained as co-counsel to Credit Suisse in connection with the chapter 11 bankruptcy of UCI International, LLC (“UCI”) and its affiliates, an international manufacturer and distributor of vehicle replacement parts. Credit Suisse was the lender/agent under UCI’s prepetition ABL facility and at the time of UCI’s bankruptcy filing held part of the approximate $70 million in secured claims. Among other things, LRC has advised Credit Suisse in connection with (a) UCI’s use of Credit Suisse’s cash collateral; (b) Credit Suisse’s proposal to provide debtor-in-possession financing; (c) litigation relating to competing debtor-in-possession financing proposals; (d) litigation relating to UCI’s disclosure statement and plan negotiations; (e) litigation relating to contested plan confirmation hearings; and (f) plan confirmation. UCI’s plan of reorganization was confirmed on December 6, 2016 and included the payment in full, in cash, of all of Credit Suisse’s loan claims.
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