Kevyn Orr

Bankruptcy lawyer and partner at the firm Jones Day

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Bankruptcy lawyer and partner at the firm Jones Day. He was Emergency Manager of Detroit from March 2013 to December 2014.

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Kevyn Orr successfully navigated Detroit through the largest and most complicated city bailout in American history.

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Kevyn Orr successfully navigated Detroit through the largest and most complicated city bailout in American history.

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