Isaac Sasson’s practice focuses primarily on bankruptcy and restructuring litigation. Isaac represents creditors, ad hoc committees, private equity funds and private companies in distressed situations in bankruptcy, federal and state courts across the country.
Isaac also devotes time to pro bono matters, including representing a church seeking to avoid foreclosure.
Isaac has authored "Introduction to Ad Hoc Committees in Distressed Situations," New York Law Journal (September 2016) and "Judicial Review of Plan Support Agreements: A Review and Analysis," 9 NYU Journal of Law & Liberty (2015).
- Bondholder in connection with Puerto Rico’s debt adjustment proceedings and related litigation against stakeholders and bond trustee.
- J. Crew Group in defending claims by term lenders challenging certain strategic transactions involving J. Crew’s intellectual property and asserting intentional fraudulent conveyance.
- TPG, one of the world's largest private equity firms, in connection with the bankruptcy proceeding of the operating subsidiary of portfolio company Caesars Entertainment, and related litigations.
- A group of term lenders in litigation ensuing from the GM bankruptcy.