New York – February 18, 2015 – Cooley's corporate restructuring and bankruptcy practice group has been selected as co-counsel to the creditors' committee in the bankruptcy proceedings of electronic retail chain RadioShack Corporation.
The Cooley team advising the creditors' committee includes partner and chair of the firm's corporate restructuring and bankruptcy practice group, Jay Indyke, partners Cathy Hershcopf and Richard Kanowitz and associate Seth Van Aalten.
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