Vincent Indelicato is a partner in the Business Solutions, Governance, Restructuring & Bankruptcy Group at Proskauer Rose. His practice focuses on the representation of debtors, creditors, statutory and ad hoc committees and equity holders in chapter 11 cases and out-of-court restructurings. He is frequently consulted by leading distressed hedge funds, investors and creditors on complex domestic and international insolvency and restructuring issues, and has extensive experience in representing boards of directors and private equity sponsors of financially troubled companies in connection with high-profile workout and bankruptcy planning matters across a variety of industries. Over the last several years, Vincent has played a lead role in some of the most significant corporate reorganization cases in the United States. These include his representation of the Statutory Committee of Unsecured Claimholders in the chapter 11 cases of Caesars Entertainment Operating Company Inc., which filed for bankruptcy with more than $18 billion of funded debt; the Los Angeles Dodgers in their $2 billion acquisition by Magic Johnson and Guggenheim Partners; Brookfield Asset Management in the $2.5 billion debt restructuring of Kerzner International’s Atlantis Bahamas Resort; and J.P. Morgan and other substantial creditors in the chapter 11 cases of MF Global, a financial services company with $41 billion in assets.
Vincent writes extensively on restructuring topics, and his writing has been featured in The New York Times DealBook, The Bond Buyer, The New York Law Journal and the leading industry blog Distressed-Debt-Investing.com. He also has been recognized as a “Rising Star” in the New York Metro editions of Super Lawyers every year since 2013, and received a 2013 Turnaround Award by The M&A Advisor. Vincent has assisted Martin Bienenstock as an Adjunct Professor of Corporate Reorganization at both Harvard Law School and University of Michigan Law School, and is a John C. Whitehead Fellow at the Foreign Policy Association.
A Harry S. Truman Scholar, Vincent graduated from University of Michigan Law School as commencement speaker. Prior to law school, he served as the Special Assistant to United States Senator Charles E. Schumer, and worked as a personal aide to John C. Whitehead, former chairman and senior partner of Goldman Sachs. He also led a team of entrepreneurs to bring the world’s first hybrid taxicab to New York City. Vincent graduated with an English degree from Haverford College, where he served as president of the student body and was one of 16 college students from the United States to be selected as a Goldman Sachs Global Leader. He was a visiting student of English at Pembroke College, Oxford University. A native New Yorker, Vincent attended Regis High School, a tuition free private high school for young men who demonstrate superior intellectual and leadership potential.