Arsalan Muhammad

Associate

Houston


1221 McKinney Street
Suite 2100
Houston, 77010
T +1 713.547.2257
F +1 713.236.5442

Áreas de Practica

Educación

  • J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 2010
  • B.S., Political Science, University of Houston, 2006

Bar Admissions

  • Texas, 2010

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas
  • U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas

Idiomas

  • Urdu
Arsalan Muhammad

Arsalan Muhammad is an associate in the Bankruptcy and Business Restructuring Practice Group of the Houston office of Haynes and Boone, LLP. His practice focuses on bankruptcy law, bankruptcy-related financings, acquisitions and litigation. Arsalan’s experience includes the representation of Chapter 11 debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, petitioning creditors as well as other parties-in-interest in a variety of business restructuring matters.

Selected Representations 

  • Representation of Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank as the prepetition lender and agent, and DIP Lender, in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases of Trinity Coal Company in Lexington, Kentucky.
  • Representation of think3 Inc. in its Chapter 11 bankruptcy case and in opposing a competing petition for recognition under Chapter 15 of a foreign trustee.
  • Representation of Ultra Petroleum in the acquisition of assets from debtor The Banning Lewis Ranch Company, LLC.

Selected Representative Experience


Handy Hardware Wholesale, Inc.
Represented Handy Hardware Wholesale, Inc. as special corporate counsel in the sale of its assets to a private equity firm Littlejohn & Co. LLC pursuant to Handy Hardware's Chapter 11 plan of reorganization.

RP Holdings Inc. Restructuring
Haynes and Boone was engaged by RP Holdings Inc. in August 2011 to assist in its restructuring efforts. At that time, the company had just hired a new CEO, was facing liquidity challenges due to the nationwide stoppage of foreclosure prosecutions, and had completed internal audits showing a total of approximately $20 million was owed to it by its two largest customers. Its senior secured facility was due to mature in August 2012. In the fall of 2012, the company pursued a restructuring transaction with its private equity sponsors, the secured lenders and the two law firms, which failed to materialize on the eve of a possible closing in early January 2012.

Memberships

  • American Bankruptcy Institute
  • State Bar of Texas
  • The Honorable Arthur L. Moller/David B. Foltz, Jr. American Inn of Court