Eric H. Horn is a business attorney with a wealth of experience navigating complex corporate restructuring issues, distressed M&A transactions and other general business transactions. Acting as both business adviser and attorney, Eric proactively engages with clients to achieve solutions that further his clients’ business objectives. Eric represents debtors in various sectors in both balance sheet restructuring, sale cases and out of court workouts. He provides transactional guidance to clients who invest in or trade distressed assets / debt in both domestic and foreign jurisdictions, and regularly appears in Bankruptcy Court, Federal District Court, and state court representing the interests of his clients. Eric was selected for inclusion in Thompson Reuters’ New Jersey Super Lawyers, Rising Stars and is a frequent lecturer on bankruptcy topics.
Eric’s recent representations include:
- Representing a large foreign corporation in a Federal litigation involving a $100MM bankruptcy trade impairment
- Representing a purchaser in the acquisition of several multi-million dollar commercial properties
- Representing various single asset real estate chapter 11 debtors
- Representing the CEO of an international fashion label in connection with his separation from the company
- Representing a commodity importer in a multi-million dollar litigation with lender
- Representing lender in collection litigation on defaulted business loan portfolio in various federal and state courts
- Representing a chapter 11 retail debtor with over 100 locations in the sale of substantially all of its assets
- Representing a purchaser in the acquisition of membership units of a distressed import / export wine & spirit business
- Representing a fund in the acquisition of claim held by former CEO of Lehman Brothers
- Representing a bidder for distressed assets in the paper industry
Eric began his legal career at Sidley Austin LLP and thereafter at Lowenstein Sandler LLP. Eric was also a senior trader at a hedge fund focused on acquisition of distressed debt.
- “Understanding the
Chapter 15 Recognition Process,” ABA International Dispute Resolution, Winter 2016.
- “The 20-Day Goods Priority Claim Under Bankruptcy Code Section 503(b)(9),” Credit Research Foundation, October 2009.
- “Demystifying Chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code,” Business Credit, June 2009.
- “Buyers Take Notice: Section 363 Sales May Not Be as Final as You Think,” New Jersey Law Journal, January 12, 2009.
- “Where to Litigate: Litigation Forum Choices in a Bankruptcy Proceeding,” New Jersey State Bar Association Seventh Annual Bankruptcy Bench-Bar Conference, April 1, 2005.