Corporate Governance

Multiple Debtors: Best Practices for Corporate Governance in Multi-Debtor Cases

This panel will discuss how to make sure management (and the board) plays the role of neutral stakeholder throughout a plan and/ or § 363 process. Can the same board and management team truly represent the interests of stakeholders of BOTH a corporate parent and its subsidiaries? What if there are dozens of affiliates whose creditors have disparate interests? Why is the issue of corporate separateness (and related conflicts) overlooked in some multiple-debtor cases, but addressed in others? What are the pros and cons of various tools for addressing potential conflicts?

$25.00
$25.00

Private-Equity Sponsors in Bankruptcy: From Innkeepers and Dynegy to Energy Future and Caesars

What are the strategies of private-equity sponsors seeking to retain control (or at least a stake) through the bankruptcy process? How do they retain counsel and manage conflicts? What strategies are they using to preserve their interests? What risks do they undertake? This panel will discuss these issues and more.

$25.00
$25.00

D&O and E&O Claims

When a company and/or its officers and directors are involved in or accused of pre-petition wrongdoing, one of the most important assets may be director and officer (D&O) liability insurance policies. Panelists will discuss issues related to D&O policies in bankruptcy, including legal and strategic issues to aid in maximizing this important asset for an estate.

$25.00
$25.00
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