Creditors'Committee

Disruptive Engagement: The Role of Creditors’ Committees and Individual Creditors in Asset Sales

Presented by the Asset Sales and Unsecured Trade Creditors Committees

$25.00
$25.00

Great Debates

Resolved: A “workaround” contract provision
is enforceable after Baker Botts v. ASARCO.

Resolved: If a mortgage includes a security
interest in a mortgage escrow account, the
mortgage loan can be modified under § 1322.

Resolved: Section 1129(a) requires an
impaired accepting class for each debtor.

$25.00
$25.00

Commercial Session: All for One and One for All: Overcoming Challenges When the Interests of Creditors' Committee Members Diverge

Although a creditors’ committee represents the interests of all general unsecured creditors, committee members often have competing interests. This panel discussion will explore the types of conflicts and intercreditor issues that can arise, the impact of those issues on the ability of the committee to perform its duties, and how disputes among committee members are resolved.

$25.00
$25.00

Flashpoints for Intercreditor Disputes

What happens after a successful credit bid? This panel will discuss the scope of § 363 sale orders and whether they should or even can address intercreditor issues, corporate governance and funding issues, unitranche deals, the difference in protections between an Agreement Among Lenders and an Intercreditor Agreement, the Radio Shack intercreditor adversary proceeding, § 1111(b) elections (Baker Hughes), adequate protection (In re Chardon) and lien-stripping (Caulkett).

$25.00
$25.00

Judges’ Panel

Momentive: Revisiting Till and Secured Creditor Cramdow

The Momentive decision is one of the most momentous decisions concerning secured creditor cramdown in recent years. This panel will review the Supreme Court’s Till decision and post-Till developments and explore the Momentive decision, focusing on the decision’s impact on and importance for future restructurings.

$25.00
$25.00

International/Secured Credit

Collateral Protection and Competing Priorities: Secured Credit in the International Arena

$25.00
$25.00

Great Debates

Resolved:
A chapter 11 plan can grant a third-party release.
Resolved:
A bankruptcy judge can disband a creditors’ committee.
Resolved:
Filing a proof of claim on a time-barred debt violates the FDCPA

$25.00
$25.00
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