Retail

The Future of Retail Bankruptcies

An unprecedented number of retailers have filed for bankruptcy so far this year. Indeed, as of June 1 there have been more significant retail bankruptcies than in all of 2016, setting a potential record course for 2017, including The Limited, rue21, Payless, Gymboree, hhGregg, Gander Mountain and Ignite Restaurants (Joe's Crab Shack). Has the strategy changed from § 363 sales and liquidations to pre-2005 reorganizations? Will the sheer greater number of potential filings doom malls? Will mall owners and their tenants be filing for bankruptcy? What could the domino effect be on landlords?

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The Retail Business Is Booming (in Bankruptcy)

This panel will feature a discussion on retail bankruptcy issues from the perspective of debtors, landlords, liquidators, financial advisors and creditors.

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Not Everything Has to End This Way: Strategies for Keeping Your Retailer Out of Chapter 11

Presented by the Business Reorganization and Financial Advisors
& Investment Banking Committees

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Clean-Up in Aisle 5: Does Bankruptcy Still Work for Retail?

Are lenders finding strategies to avoid the Code’s landlord protections? This panel will explore whether a debtor’s obligation to timely perform is being honored, rejection/assumption rules modified in DIP orders, use of nunc pro tunc rejection to minimize claims, and other issues in today’s retail cases.

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The Details of Retail: Can You Reorganize Middle-Market Retailers?

The panel will discuss GOB and consignment issues, consumer privacy issues and WARN Act issues and will address the following question: Does reorganization exist for middle-market retailers?

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The Changing Retail Environment and Restructuring Consequences

How are retail bankruptcies conducted today vs. 10+ years ago? How are future retail bankruptcies likely to look? What are the macro trends in retail, and what are the consequences of traditional brick-and-mortar retail? What will be the dominant types(s) of retail platform(s), and who will be buying or investing in retail assets? This session will cover IP and other technology issues (valuation, liens on IP), lease issues, privacy issues, credit cards and gift cards.

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Everything-Must-Go Sale: The Ins and Outs of Retail Bankruptcies

This panel will discuss a variety of issues that arise in connection with a distressed retailer, including GOB sales, landlord issues and vendor issues.

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Business Reorganization/Real Estate

Big and Little Boxes: The Ins and Outs of Retail Restructuring

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The Next Big Thing in Restructuring

This panel will present a roundtable discussion.

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