Jason M. Madron

Counsel

302.651.7595
302.498.7595 (fax)
madron@rlf.com
Jason Madron, counsel in the firm's Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring Department, represents corporate debtors and creditors in all aspects of chapter 11 cases.  He has served as counsel to numerous chapter 11 debtors, and has represented secured lenders, creditors’ committees, and purchasers in some of the largest chapter 11 bankruptcy cases in the country.
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  • Energy Future Holdings Corp. – Debtors’ Delaware co-counsel to the largest generator, distributor and certified retail provider of electricity in Texas in the largest operating chapter 11 case ever filed in the District of Delaware and the seventh largest in history, with over $49 billion in liabilities and $36 billion in assets 
  • Entegra Power Group LLC – Debtors’ Delaware co-counsel to an independent power company and its affiliates in their comprehensive financial restructuring that significantly reduced the debtors’ institutional indebtedness through a prepackaged chapter 11 case
  • Vertis Holdings, Inc. – Represented debtors in connection with the successful $258.5 million section 363 sale of substantially all of their assets and subsequent wind-down of their estates 
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Jason Madron, counsel in the firm's Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring Department, represents corporate debtors and creditors in all aspects of chapter 11 cases.  He has served as counsel to numerous chapter 11 debtors, and has represented secured lenders, creditors’ committees, and purchasers in some of the largest chapter 11 bankruptcy cases in the country.

Jason has experience representing clients from a wide variety of business segments, including energy, retail, manufacturing, automotive, healthcare, mortgage lending, telecommunications, high tech, natural resources, and airlines, among others.  He is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Turnaround Management Association, and the American Bar Association.

Experience

  • Energy Future Holdings Corp. – Debtors’ Delaware co-counsel to the largest generator, distributor and certified retail provider of electricity in Texas in the largest operating chapter 11 case ever filed in the District of Delaware and the seventh largest in history, with over $49 billion in liabilities and $36 billion in assets 
  • Entegra Power Group LLC – Debtors’ Delaware co-counsel to an independent power company and its affiliates in their comprehensive financial restructuring that significantly reduced the debtors’ institutional indebtedness through a prepackaged chapter 11 case
  • Vertis Holdings, Inc. – Represented debtors in connection with the successful $258.5 million section 363 sale of substantially all of their assets and subsequent wind-down of their estates 
  • Capmark Financial Group, Inc. – Debtors’ Delaware co-counsel to a large commercial mortgage servicing company and its many affiliates with aggregate debt in excess of $20 billion 
  • Caribbean Petroleum Corporation – Represented debtors in a complex restructuring and extremely successful section 363 sale and subsequent representation of liquidation trustee 
  • Masonite Corporation – Debtors’ Delaware co-counsel to one of the world’s largest manufacturers of interior doors and entry door systems, with 8,500 employees and annual revenue of approximately $1.8 billion 
  • Motor Coach Industries International, Inc. – Represented debtor, a leading designer, assembler, marketer and servicer of motor coaches and related replacement parts for the U.S. and Canadian markets, in its successful chapter 11 case 
  • DURA Automotive Systems, Inc. – Debtors’ Delaware co-counsel to an international tier 1 automotive supplier and 41 of its domestic and Canadian subsidiaries in connection with their highly consensual and successful complex multibillion-dollar restructuring

Education

  • J.D., cum laude, Villanova University School of Law, 2003
  • B.A., Franklin and Marshall College, 2000

Admitted to Practice

  • Delaware, 2003
  • United States District Court, District of Delaware
  • United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit

Practices

  • Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring

Experience

  • Energy Future Holdings Corp. – Debtors’ Delaware co-counsel to the largest generator, distributor and certified retail provider of electricity in Texas in the largest operating chapter 11 case ever filed in the District of Delaware and the seventh largest in history, with over $49 billion in liabilities and $36 billion in assets 
  • Entegra Power Group LLC – Debtors’ Delaware co-counsel to an independent power company and its affiliates in their comprehensive financial restructuring that significantly reduced the debtors’ institutional indebtedness through a prepackaged chapter 11 case
  • Vertis Holdings, Inc. – Represented debtors in connection with the successful $258.5 million section 363 sale of substantially all of their assets and subsequent wind-down of their estates 
  • Capmark Financial Group, Inc. – Debtors’ Delaware co-counsel to a large commercial mortgage servicing company and its many affiliates with aggregate debt in excess of $20 billion 
  • Caribbean Petroleum Corporation – Represented debtors in a complex restructuring and extremely successful section 363 sale and subsequent representation of liquidation trustee 
  • Masonite Corporation – Debtors’ Delaware co-counsel to one of the world’s largest manufacturers of interior doors and entry door systems, with 8,500 employees and annual revenue of approximately $1.8 billion 
  • Motor Coach Industries International, Inc. – Represented debtor, a leading designer, assembler, marketer and servicer of motor coaches and related replacement parts for the U.S. and Canadian markets, in its successful chapter 11 case 
  • DURA Automotive Systems, Inc. – Debtors’ Delaware co-counsel to an international tier 1 automotive supplier and 41 of its domestic and Canadian subsidiaries in connection with their highly consensual and successful complex multibillion-dollar restructuring

Education

  • J.D., cum laude, Villanova University School of Law, 2003
  • B.A., Franklin and Marshall College, 2000