Andrew M.Butler


New York + 1.212.326.8308

Andrew Butler represents debtors, creditors, and other parties in financial restructurings.

Andrew's recent representations include: The Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Centre, New York in its chapter 11 case in the Southern District of New York Bankruptcy Court; a secured term loan lender to a distressed crypto company in connection with an out-of-court workout; NII Holdings in successful post-confirmation litigation against AT&T seeking disbursement of escrowed funds following AT&T's purchase of certain assets out of NII's bankruptcy case; secured term loan lenders to syncreon Group B.V. using an English scheme of arrangement to restructure $985 million of funded debt; and a group of secured term loan lenders to Sungard AS in restructuring of $1.2 billion of funded debt in a two-day bankruptcy case.

Andrew is an active member of the Federal Bar Council's Bankruptcy Litigation Committee.

Prior to joining Jones Day, Andrew served as a judicial law clerk in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.


  • Ad hoc group of senior secured lenders advised in landmark restructuring of the syncreon groupJones Day acted for the ad hoc group of senior secured lenders in the landmark restructuring of the global logistics syncreon group which was implemented via English Schemes of arrangement, with chapter 15 recognition in the U.S. and CCAA recognition in Canada.
  • Sungard AS secured term loan lenders receive $300 million of secured debt and 89% of equity in fast-tracked two-day chapter 11 caseJones Day represented a group of secured term loan lenders of Sungard Availability Services ("Sungard AS"), a leading provider of critical data recovery and production services and related integrated solutions, in connection with its prepackaged chapter 11 case filed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.