Caitlin K.Cahow


Atlanta + 1.404.581.8618 Chicago + 1.312.269.1504

Caitlin Cahow's practice focuses on business restructuring and reorganization, including chapter 11 proceedings, complex bankruptcy litigation, and other bankruptcy-related matters. In addition, she counsels clients on a broad range of out-of-court insolvency and restructuring-related issues.

She currently represents LTL Management LLC, a Johnson & Johnson affiliate, in its chapter 11 case before the Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey and Aldrich Pump LLC and Murray Boiler LLC, affiliates of Trane Technologies plc, in their chapter 11 cases before the Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of North Carolina. Her recent creditor engagements include noteholders and term lenders of iHeartCommunications and term lenders of Preferred Proppants.

A two-time Olympic medalist in women's ice hockey, in 2014, Caitlin was selected by President Obama to the Presidential Delegation to the 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Caitlin was later appointed to serve as a member of the President's Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition. Currently, she serves as a member of the USA Hockey board of directors.


  • LTL Management, a Johnson & Johnson affiliate, files for chapter 11 to equitably and permanently resolve all current and future talc-related claims against itJones Day represents LTL Management LLC in its chapter 11 bankruptcy case filed October 14, 2021 in the Western District of North Carolina.
  • OmniMax sells company to SVPGlobalJones Day advised OmniMax International, Inc., the leading national manufacturer of residential roof drainage systems and a top supplier of products for outdoor living, recreational vehicle, and other building end markets, in its acquisition by Strategic Value Partners, LLC and its affiliates ("SVPGlobal").
  • FTD sold North and Latin American florist and consumer business, including ProFlowers, to Nexus CapitalJones Day advised FTD Companies, Inc. in the $95 million sale of the North America and Latin America florist and consumer business, including ProFlowers, to an affiliate of Nexus Capital Management LP, a Los Angeles, California-based private equity firm.
  • Term lenders obtain Preferred Proppants' debtJones Day represented the term lenders of Preferred Proppants, a leading producer of sand- and resin-coated proppants, in a comprehensive out-of-court restructuring of the debt of Preferred Proppants and its affiliates.
  • Oi Brasil obtains approval of recovery planJones Day represented the trustee of Oi Brasil Holdings Coöperatief, a subsidiary of the Brazilian telecom giant Oi S.a., who filed for bankruptcy protection in 2016.
  • PAG invests in Key Safety Systems to finance acquisition of global assets of Takata CorporationJones Day represented PAG Asia Capital Ltd. and PAG Asia II LP in connection with its investment in Key Safety Systems, a subsidiary of China-based Ningbo Joyson Electronic Corporation, to finance the acquisition of substantially all of the global assets of Takata Corporation out of bankruptcy in the U.S. and Japan and certain non-bankruptcy transactions elsewhere in the world.
  • Molycorp emerges from bankruptcy as Neo Performance MaterialsJones Day advised Molycorp, Inc. in the bankruptcy buyout of the company by Oaktree Capital Management, L.P.
  • Molycorp files for chapter 11 bankruptcy protectionJones Day represents Molycorp, Inc. and its foreign and domestic subsidiaries in connection with their bankruptcy cases.