Corporate Governance

Hiring and Roles of Receivers and Examiners

This panel will focus on the selection and roles of receivers and examiners, addressing various authorities for the hiring of receivers and examiners and the differences between state and federal law. The panelists will also describe the role of such professionals and provide examples, such as how to deal with governmental entities.

$25.00
$25.00

Solving the LLC Puzzle in Bankruptcy

The Limited Liability Company is an ever more popular business entity structure. Its popularity makes perfect sense in that it is designed to limit owners’ personal liability and to provide greater contractual flexibility in all aspects of company ownership, management, allocations, and distributions, among many other things. LLCs may also offer significant tax benefits. However, state LLC law and its interplay with federal bankruptcy law is a minefield of trouble for the LLC debtor or where one or more members of an LLC are the debtors in a bankruptcy proceeding.

$25.00
$25.00

It Wasn’t Me!: Dealing with Successor Liability, Alter Ego, Veil Piercing and Substantive Consolidation Issues with respect to Insolvent Companies

Learn the various successor liabilities rules and considerations both under common law and specialized statutes, such as ERISA, and how those successor liabilities rules may be impacted by and impact a bankruptcy proceeding.

$25.00
$25.00

Dealing with Directors and Officers

In many bankruptcy cases, unhappy creditors look for someone to blame — and for a source of recovery when the debtors’ assets are not sufficient. Claims against directors and officers — often alleging conflicts of interest or second-guessing business judgments — can serve both purposes, and the existence of insurance coverage makes these claims even more attractive. This panel will discuss D&O claims from both the estates' and defendants’ perspectives, and will review recent case law you need to know about if you are involved in a D&O litigation.

$25.00
$25.00

Officer and Director Issues in Bankruptcy Cases

In recent years, fiduciary duties have dominated the landscape of bankruptcy cases. Often, claims against officers and directors are the only source of recovery for unsecured creditors. This panel will examine recent trends and case law impacting officers and directors in bankruptcy cases. The panel will also discuss best practices for counsel representing debtor officers and directors.

$25.00
$25.00

What’s Your Favorite? Supreme Court Decisions that Will Impact (and Already Have Impacted) Bankruptcy Practice

A panel of judges, academics and Supreme Court practitioners will lead a discussion regarding the 2016-17 Supreme Court decisions of note for insolvency practitioners, as well as the high court’s most impactful, interesting or problematic decisions on bankruptcy practice to date. Amendments to Rule 37(e) (in effect since December 2015), as well as courts’ and litigants’ experiences with amended Rule 37(e), will also be discussed.

$25.00
$25.00

LLC Bankruptcies

This panel will focus on issues that can arise during an LLC bankruptcy, such as
what happens when parties contract out of fiduciary duties and the effect that
bankruptcy has on key provisions in an LLC operating agreement, including
management and ownership rights and remedies, as well as what happens when a
bankruptcy proceeding is initiated against the LLC or one or more of its members.
The panel will also discuss Intervention Energy and Lake Michigan, in which the
bankruptcy courts refused to enforce LLC agreement provisions requiring the

$25.00
$25.00
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