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Bankruptcy and restructuring attorneys Nancy A. Mitchell, Maria J. DiConza, and Matthew Hinker have joined the New York office of O’Melveny & Myers LLP. Ms. Mitchell and Ms. DiConza will join as partners and Mr. Hinker as counsel. All three previously practiced together at Greenberg Traurig, where Ms. Mitchell was co-chair of the firm’s Global Restructuring and Bankruptcy practice and co-managing shareholder of the New York office. Ms. DiConza, brings more than 20 years of experience in complex financial restructuring and debtor and lender/creditor representations across industries including food services, municipal, healthcare, manufacturing, energy, financial services, and for-profit education. Mr. Hinker focuses his practice on complex Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, adversary proceeding litigation, and other insolvency-related matters.
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