WILMINGTON, DEL.—A Womble Carlyle Bankruptcy Team is guiding Scout Media Inc. in its Chapter 11 case in US Bankruptcy Court.

Scout Media operates a network of sports and lifestyle blogs aimed at men, with topics ranging from football and sports recruiting to hunting and fishing. The network produces approximately 11,000 stories and 1,000 videos each month.

The company’s Chapter 11 plan includes seeking a $6.2 loan from Multiplier Capital LP.

A Womble Carlyle team including Matthew Ward, Ericka Johnson and Morgan Patterson is advising Scout Media.

The bankruptcy case has received considerable national media attention, including from the Wall Street Journal, American Lawyer and The Street.

Matthew Ward represents numerous public and private companies as debtors, bidders, purchasers, secured lenders, and creditors in various Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings, as well as in out-of-court acquisitions of distressed assets, and change of control transactions.

Ericka Johnson focuses her practice on business bankruptcy and corporate restructuring matters and is experienced in representing a variety of parties in interest in complex Chapter 11 cases.  Johnson also advises plaintiffs and defendants in bankruptcy-related litigation matters including preference, fraudulent transfer, and turnover actions.

Morgan Patterson’s practice focuses on bankruptcy and creditor’s rights in complex Chapter 11 proceedings. She is also experienced in representing liquidating trusts and official committees.