J. Robert Stoll focuses his practice on representing large institutional lenders and creditor groups in loan workouts and restructurings and Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 cases.
Notable among cases that he has recently handled are complex Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases involving lending institutions such as Bank of America/Merrill Lynch, Bank of Montreal, Toronto-Dominion Bank and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. He has acted as lead counsel for lender groups in the recent workout and/or Chapter 11 cases of Tokheim (ABN AMRO), Loewen Group International, Inc., Adelphia Communications Corp., Teleglobe Communications, Inc., Kimball Hill, Pamal, Summit Business Media Group (Bank of Montreal); TSR Wireless LLC (Bank One); KCS Energy, Enron Corporation (Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce); Benedek Broadcasting, Globenet and 360 Americas, International Wireless, Kenetech, Metrocall and AHERF (Toronto-Dominion Bank); and Greektown Casino and Rustick (Bank of America/Merrill Lynch). He also represented the Hong Kong and various other Asian liquidators in the Lehman Bankruptcy cases.
Prior to joining Mayer Brown in 1980, Robert was an associate with a prominent law firm in South Bend, Indiana.