Jones Day Bankruptcy Team Basks In Detroit Triumph

By Andrew Scurria (November 14, 2014, 2:17 PM EST) -- He may have just helped bring the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history to a close, but Jones Day's David Heiman couldn't celebrate the night after the city of Detroit won permission to exit Chapter 9 and begin the long and uncertain process of rebuilding.

One of three leaders on the Jones Day team that saw Detroit through 16 months of bankruptcy, Heiman had stood up to thank U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes for endorsing the city's restructuring plan and was already under the gun to get out of town. Heiman sat through a press conference, shook some hands and hustled...

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