Mark Douglas is the managing editor of the Jones Day Business Restructuring Review, a bimonthly newsletter discussing recent developments in bankruptcy, restructuring, distressed mergers and acquisitions, and related issues. He is also the managing editor of Jones Day's EuroResource, a monthly newsletter discussing European distressed debt developments, and sits on the board of editors of Pratt's Journal of Bankruptcy Law and The Bankruptcy Strategist.
Prior to joining Jones Day, Mark practiced corporate bankruptcy and restructuring law for more than eight years, focusing on complex chapter 11 reorganizations and cross-border bankruptcy cases.
Washington District Court Overturns Approval of Third-Party Releases in a Settlement Agreement and Related Free-and-Clear Sale
The U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Rejection of a Trademark License Agreement in Bankruptcy Does Not Strip the Licensee of Its Right to Use the Trademark
Seventh Circuit: Section 363(m) Does Not Moot but Instead Provides a Defense to an Appeal of an Unstayed Bankruptcy Asset Sale Order
The Fifth Circuit Rules That a Make-Whole Premium Is Unmatured Interest Generally Disallowed in Bankruptcy
- August 29, 2019
Bankruptcy Courts' Turf War With FERC Escalates, Law360
- August 7, 2019
How Debtors Are Fighting The Ch. 11 Fee Increase, Law360
- October 2011
Financial Fraud Law Report, Journal of Bankruptcy Law
- New York Law School (J.D. 1988); Colgate University (B.A. 1984)
- New York and District of Columbia
- Senior Law Clerk to Judges James L. Garrity Jr. and Stuart M. Bernstein (chief bankruptcy judge), United States Bankruptcy Court, Southern District of New York (1996-2001)