Atlanta Partner Mark Duedall was quoted August 14 in Law360 regarding firm client Loot Crate, a subscription-based tech and popular culture goods supplier, securing Delaware bankruptcy court approval earlier this week for a Chapter 11 interim debtor-in-possession loan, aimed in part at seeing the “geek and gamer” goods business through an expedited , 40-day bankruptcy sale schedule. Duedall, who is working on the matter with New York Partner Andrew Schoulder (who began the relationship among BCLP and Loot Crate in 2018), Atlanta Associate Leah Fiorenza, and St. Louis Counsel David Unseth (among others), believes that despite the company’s troubles, the Chapter 11 offering will provide a path of stability. “It has a reason to exist,” Duedall said. “It has a fan base that is loyal in a way beyond which I’ve not seen in many companies. Fans who are waiting for their crates and still subscribe." The loan was approved as part of a brink-of-disaster bankruptcy case calling for a company sale process that will position DIP lender and top creditor Money Chest LLC as a bidder-to-beat “stalking horse,” with bids due in September if Loot Crate’s timetable is approved by the Bankruptcy Court.