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Chris also advises boards of directors and senior management of financially troubled companies regarding fiduciary duties and corporate governance. Member, Annual Dinner Committee, Michael Lynch Memorial Foundation Member, Wake Forest University School of Law Young Alumni Committee Member, American Bankruptcy Institute Member, Knights of Columbus Other Distinctions Adjunct Professor.
Chris has a broad range of restructuring experience across a number of industries including gaming, television and radio broadcasting, airline, education, steel, oil & gas, retail, automotive, internet, entertainment and publishing. Chris has also advised creditors and distressed investors in various restructuring situations, including an ad hoc group of secured noteholders in the Chapter 11 cases of Terrestar Networks, a group of investors in acquiring ownership of Six Flags through its Chapter 11 cases and Hess Corporation as a 50% owner and DIP lender in connection with the sale of the Hovensa oil refinery in St. Chris is active in the Firm’s recruiting efforts in the New York office, serving as a Co-Chair of the Firm’s New York Summer Associate Program from 2014-2017, as a member of the Firm’s New York Recruiting Committee, the New York Summer Associate Program Committee and the New York Advisory Group on Technology. Memberships & Affiliations (current or former) Member, Gala Committee (with Jon Henes), 2016 Gala Dinner for Caring Kind, New York City’s leading expert on Alzheimer’s and dementia caregiving Member, New York City Bar Association Committee on Bankruptcy and Corporate Reorganization Member, Spring Event Committee of the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund Member, Young Professionals Board of Youth, I. “Realizing Value in Corporate Restructurings: Distressed Investing, Distressed Lending, and Private Equity.” Wake Forest University School of Law, Spring 2012 Assistant Professor.
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These stations included WCFC in Chicago (religious), WTGI in Wilmington, Delaware (brokered), WAKC in Akron, Ohio (Cleveland's secondary ABC affiliate), and channel 35 in Miami (Shopping), among others.
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In 1993 the company began to purchase stations on the outer fringes of large television markets.
The company divested itself of both the radio group and major-network affiliated television stations in 1998, focusing on building its own independent TV network, "PAX TV".
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