Jordan Weber is a leading restructuring counsel with a dynamic and multi-faceted practice. He represents statutory and ad hoc committees, creditors, debtors and other parties in major restructuring matters, including representing key creditor groups in Puerto Rico, GNC and PG&E. Jordan has extensive experience negotiating large debtor-in-possession financing and adequate protection arrangements, structuring reorganization plans, and identifying risks and opportunities for distressed investors in credits across a wide range of industry verticals. Most recently, he played a leading role in representing Johnson & Johnson as a major co-defendant creditor in the bankruptcy cases of opioid manufacturers such as Purdue Pharma and Mallinckrodt. Prior to his career as an attorney, Jordan worked as an investment banker at a bulge- bracket investment bank.
Chapter 5.II | The Rise of the RSA: Driving Value to Streamline Negotiations in a Restructuring Process