Carmen Cuza Dingman - McDermott Will & Emery


Carmen Cuza Dingman advises clients on corporate and transactional matters with a particular focus on bankruptcies, restructurings, reorganizations and workouts. Carmen has represented large domestic and international companies in a variety of industries (e.g., media and entertainment, aviation, exploration and production, electricity and gas commodities) on multibillion dollar bankruptcy‑related matters.

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  • Represented Output Services Group, Inc. and certain of its affiliates in their prepackaged chapter 11 cases in the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas. Output Services Group is a leading provider of print and digital payments solutions, employing approximately 1,400 employees and with funded debt obligations of approximately $754 million as of the chapter 11 filing. Output Services Group filed their chapter 11 cases with a restructuring support agreement signed by approximately 87% of their prepetition first lien lenders that included a $50 million debtor-in-possession financing facility and that eliminated approximately $550 million of their funded debt obligations
  • Represented Cineworld Group plc, the parent company of Regal Entertainment Group, and 104 of its debtor affiliates in their chapter 11 cases in the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas. Publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange, Cineworld is the second-largest cinema chain in the world, operating more than 9,100 screens at nearly 750 cinemas across 10 countries. Cineworld began its chapter 11 cases with approximately $5.1 billion in funded debt and commitments from an ad hoc group of prepetition lenders to provide nearly $2 billion in debtor‑in‑possession (DIP) financing*
  • Represented STX Filmworks, Inc., a film, television, and digital media production company; its subsidiaries; and its corporate parent, Eros STX Global Corporation, in the stock sale of STX to an affiliate production company of The Najafi Companies for $158 million. In furtherance of the sale, two STX subsidiaries filed chapter 11 filings to protect the company’s valuable assets from termination and to avoid a “whole company” chapter 11 filing. Following the sale transaction, the two STX subsidiaries secured the orderly dismissal of their chapter 11 cases with the consensual support of all economic stakeholders*

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Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, JD, 2020
University of Central Florida, BA, summa cum laude, 2016