Cutting-Edge Chapter 11 Plan Issues

This program will explore current hot-button topics relating to the drafting and confirmation of chapter 11 plans. The issues discussed will including drafting to accommodate, as well as to either encourage or discourage § 1111(b) elections, and the strategy of holders of secured claims in either making or not making that election. It will also include a discussion of third-party releases and injunctions, using recent cases in the First Circuit to illustrate when such releases are, and are not, appropriate. Finally, the panel will explore the tension between class-skipping carve-outs or “gifts” and the requirements of confirmation, how to deal with corporate debt defined by § 1141(d)(6) as being not dischargeable, compensation of committee members and the role of existing equity.

$25.00
Price: $25.00
SKU: 162489
Duration: 
75 mins
Faculty: 
Benjamin W. Loveland, Moderator WilmerHale; Boston Hon. Christopher J. Panos U.S. Bankruptcy Court (D. Mass.); Boston William P. Weintraub Goodwin Procter LLP; New York Amy A. Zuccarello Sullivan & Worcester; Boston

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