Overview


James (Jay) W. Kapp, III, focuses his practice on corporate bankruptcies, reorganizations (including prepackaged and prearranged bankruptcy filings), out-of-court restructurings (including distressed financings and workouts), and creditor rights representation (with an emphasis on representing bondholders, indenture trustees and other secured creditors). Jay has significant experience representing debtors and creditors (secured and unsecured) with respect to such bankruptcy and restructuring matters.

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Results


  • Represented a public university in the successful acquisition of a cancer institute that had filed for Chapter 11 in Las Vegas; in particular, the client was designated the “stalking horse” purchaser and participated in the debtor’s 363 sale process
  • Represented a client in the successful acquisition of Arizona Health Institute, pertaining to its cardiology and cardiovascular practice in the debtor’s Chapter 11 case filed in Phoenix, Arizona
  • Represented a French company in disrupting jurisdictional issues with respect to a Chapter 15 proceeding initiated in Delaware bankruptcy court

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Recognitions


  • The Legal 500 United States 2019
  • Illinois Super Lawyer

Community


  • Luther Memorial in Chicago (Lincoln Square), Illinois, governing council and stewardship committee

Credentials


Education
University of Minnesota Law School, JD, magna cum laude, 1994
Northwestern University, BS, 1991

Admissions
Illinois
Kansas
Missouri

Courts/Agencies
US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit

James W. Kapp, III

Insights & Events / Media

The Bankruptcy Strategist (Law Journal Newsletters) / July 1, 2015

Limiting Successor Liability Under Assigned Medicare Provider Agreements

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