Links, Hogan Lovells and Sullivan in picture as UK pensioners secure Kodak bankruptcy deal
Linklaters, Hogan Lovells and Sullivan & Cromwell have taken roles on a settlement to resolve a $2.8bn (£1.8bn) claim by the UK Kodak Pension Plan (KPP) in Eastman Kodak's bankruptcy proceedings. The settlement has seen KPP acquire Eastman Kodak assets - including Kodak's personalised imaging and document imaging businesses - with a combined value of $650m (£417m).
Linklaters, Hogan Lovells and Sullivan & Cromwell have taken roles on a settlement to resolve a $2.8bn (£1.8bn) claim by the UK Kodak Pension Plan (KPP) in Eastman Kodak’s bankruptcy proceedings.
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