- Debtors and their equity owners, in or out-of-court: Pacific Gas and Electric (largest US investor-owned utility); National Energy Group (second largest US independent power company); The Seattle Times and Affiliates (one of the largest independently owned newspaper chains in the US); InterGen (a large US independent power producer and marketer); Greyhound Lines (the only nationwide inter-city US bus carrier); Zale (the largest US retail jeweler); Kaiser Aluminum; Pacific Lumber/Scotia Pacific; and HealthVest.
- Primary creditors and bank groups in: Abitibi/Bowater (paper/pulp); Tracor (defense/high-tech); Continental Airlines (first and second filings and its subsequent restructuring); TWA; Aeromexico/Mexicana Airlines; Taesa (airlines); America West Airlines; Avianca Airlines (Colombia); Delta Airlines; Raymond International/Kaiser Engineering (engineering/heavy construction); Maher Terminals (ports); OmniPort (ports); Salander-O'Reilly Gallery (art); U.S. Homes (homebuilder); Seiscom Delta (oilfield services); Tomlinson Interests (gas exploration /production).
- Mr. Gover serves as an advisor to boards of directors and managements and financial and strategic investors, including sovereign wealth funds and other global financial and business institutions. He has also been lead M&A counsel in major transactions in the utility industry, including PG&E's US$3 billion acquisition of the generating assets of New England Electric Systems, the precedent setting disaggregation transaction in the industry.
Mr. Gover writes and speaks on strategic planning and reorganization and bankruptcy. He has been acknowledged in many professional rankings, including recognitions in "Best Lawyers in America" for the past 15 years.