The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019

More than 14 years after Congress amended the Bankruptcy Code to provide special rules and procedures for “small business debtors,” it enacted the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019. In the wake of the economic damage caused by COVID-19 and the necessary governmental response, Congress then amended the SBRA in the CARES Act to raise the debt limit to $7.5 million (subject to a possible one-year sunset). How will the SBRA change your practice? With a $7.5 million debt limit, standing trustees, a streamlined reorganization process, the elimination of the absolute priority rule and § 1129(a)(10), and the possible modification of certain mortgages, the SBRA presents new opportunities for small business debtors and their stakeholders. This panel will take a look at cases under the new law in its early days, as well as how it impacts eligible individual debtors (and their creditors).

Price: $125.00
SKU: 205194
60 mins
Stephen B. Darr- Huron Consulting Group; Boston, MA Hon. Bruce A. Harwood- U.S. Bankruptcy Court (D. NH.) ; Concord Robert J. Keach- Bernstein Shur; Portland, ME Stephen G. Morrell- Office of the U.S. Trustee; Portland, ME