Henry Hutten services clients’ litigation needs arising out of complex cross-border mandates, including commercial disputes, securities litigation and bankruptcy proceedings.
Henry represents individuals, companies, financial institutions and private credit investors in a wide variety of complex cross-border litigation matters pending before federal district, bankruptcy and appellate courts in the United States, and has experience in criminal, regulatory and internal investigations. A substantial part of Henry’s practice consists of representing foreign representatives and defendants in adversary proceedings brought under Chapters 15 of the Bankruptcy Code. Henry also represents creditors in contested Chapter 11 cases.
Henry has extensive experience prosecuting and opposing 28 U.S.C. § 1782 applications for discovery in support of non-US litigation, as well as taking and opposing discovery in civil and bankruptcy litigation in the United States.
Henry’s pro bono experience consists of representing defendants in criminal cases in state and federal court, including appeals and capital cases. Before joining Freshfields, he was a litigator at Sullivan & Cromwell.
Section 546(e) of the US Bankruptcy Code provides a “safe harbor” that protects certain settlement payments and other financial transactions from challenge in the event that a party subsequently files a case under the US Bankruptcy Code. ...