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 Montreal, Toronto-Dominion Bank and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and other leading global banks. 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 for a leading global bank. 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.