About Greg Gordon

Jones Day

Greg Gordon represents clients in complex, high-profile chapter 11 cases and corporate restructurings. His experience includes out-of-court restructurings, prepackaged bankruptcies, distressed M&A transactions, and cross-border insolvencies. In recent years, Greg has assisted clients in achieving permanent resolutions of mass tort liabilities, including asbestos and talc liabilities.

Greg represented RadioShack in its successful chapter 11 reorganization, including in connection with a going concern sale of a substantial portion of RadioShack’s business following a contentious auction and sale hearing, and Bondex and Specialty Products in their successful section 524(g) chapter 11 reorganization that resolved their asbestos liabilities. Greg also represented the owners of the Vogtle nuclear plant in Westinghouse’s chapter 11 case, which resulted in a full recovery on their approximate $3.7 billion dollar claim. He is currently representing LTL Management, an affiliate of Johnson & Johnson, in a chapter 11 case it filed to resolve its talc liability, and is representing Bestwall, an affiliate of Georgia-Pacific, and DBMP, an affiliate of CertainTeed, in chapter 11 cases they filed to resolve their asbestos liabilities. Greg is also representing Hanson Permanente Cement and Kaiser Gypsum in chapter 11 cases they filed to resolve asbestos and environmental liabilities. Other significant engagements include the successful chapter 11 reorganizations of Swift Energy, achieved in less than four months through a prepackaged plan of reorganization, and Kaiser Aluminum, which included successful restructurings of pension, retiree medical, environmental, and asbestos liabilities.

Greg is a Fellow in the American College of Bankruptcy.