First Day


 

“As a younger lawyer who has “grown up” with Reorg, I have often wondered how restructuring lawyers practiced without it. The ease with which Reorg allows me to track cases and find precedent makes my life a million times easier.”
– McDermott Will & Emery LLP

 

Advantages
  • Identify and move on opportunities within hours of a company filing, with full understanding of cases.
  • Stay up to date with searchable data on cases by jurisdiction, sector, judge, liabilities, DIP size and more.
  • Analyze DIP financing details, advisor fees, engagement letters and 363 sale information.
  • Connect directly with our team of analysts to dig deeper – available only from Reorg.
Highlights
  • Sends timely alerts for companies with more than $10 million in liabilities after they file for chapter 11 protection anywhere in the U.S.
  • Includes a comprehensive case summary with details on the posture of the case, professionals involved and the secured and unsecured creditor bodies, delivered prior to the first day hearing.
  • Offers a searchable data set of all cases since 2012 including advisor fees, DIP financings and 363 sale data as well as weekly, mid-year and annual industry trend pieces.

 

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First Day in Numbers


300+
Covered
Companies
615+
Intelligence
Articles
40+
Breaking News
Alerts
Reorg internal data from Oct. 1, 2021- Sept. 30, 2022

Meet Members of the First Day Team


Ian Howland

Ian Howland

Senior Legal Data Analyst, Team Lead

Ian Howland

Senior Legal Data Analyst, Team Lead

Ian covers the early stages of chapter 11 restructurings and maintains a database of filings for First Day. Prior to joining Reorg, Ian was a researcher for the Advisory Committee on Investor Responsibility at the New School, where he conducted research on the university’s endowment and on the efficacy of fossil fuel divestment. He has an M.A. in economics from the New School for Social Research and a B.S. in economics from Suffolk University.

Jessica Steinhagen

Jessica Steinhagen

Deputy Managing Editor

Jessica Steinhagen

Deputy Managing Editor

Jessica manages coverage of in-court and out-of-court restructurings and distressed situations for First Day. Prior to joining Reorg, Jessica was an associate in the restructuring and bankruptcy group at Otterbourg, where she represented stakeholders in all aspects of reorganizations, liquidations and distressed situations. She has a J.D. from Fordham University and a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania.

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