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Chané Buck's practice focuses on bankruptcy litigation, representing creditors in in-court and out-of-court restructurings, and other bankruptcy-related matters.

Chané has experience in numerous aspects of litigation, including pretrial discovery, deposition preparation, drafting and arguing dispositive motions, and appeals. Her recent experience includes representing shareholders of PG&E Corporation in the largest restructuring in California and shareholders of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac with respect to claims against the United States, including claims for takings under the Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution in the United States Court of Federal Claims. She has represented clients in a variety of industries, including oil and gas, health care, automotive, and banking.

Chané also maintains an active pro bono practice and is currently representing a client in a health care fraud case on appeal in the Sixth Circuit.


  • Wells Fargo-led syndicate of lenders successfully negotiate secured $1.1 billion restructuring credit facility for Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (PREIT)Jones Day represented Wells Fargo Bank, National Association (“Wells Fargo”), as administrative agent, in connection with the Chapter 11 financial reorganization plan of Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (“PREIT”), a publicly traded real estate investment trust that owns and manages a portfolio of shopping malls totaling over 23 million square feet of retail space.
  • Citigroup obtains win in Ninth Circuit cross-appealsJones Day represented Citigroup Inc. in Ninth Circuit cross-appeals involving Salvador Villar, the former CEO of an affiliated bank, who was fired after an FDIC investigation revealed he engaged in misconduct.
  • Members of Intelsat Jackson Crossover Group to own 96% of reorganized Intelsat equity following complex chapter 11 plan confirmation processJones Day represents the largest creditor constituency (the "Jackson Crossover Group") holding more than 47% ($7 billion) of the debtors' entire funded debt in the highly complex chapter 11 cases of In re Intelsat S.A., et al. (Case No. 20-32299-KLP), pending in the Eastern District of Virginia bankruptcy court (the "Bankruptcy Court").
  • Patrick Soon-Shiong IC, LLC, Patrick Soon-Shiong IC 2, LLC, and Patrick Soon-Shiong IC 3, LLC acquires St. Vincent Medical Center for $135 millionJones Day advised Patrick Soon-Shiong IC, LLC, Patrick Soon-Shiong IC 2, LLC, and Patrick Soon-Shiong IC 3, LLC in the $135 million acquisition of St. Vincent Medical Center in Los Angeles, California, from Verity Health System in a Section 363 sale.