Asset Sales

Bankruptcy Trends: Sales and Restructuring

Are Trademarks Really That Special, or Did Congress Just Miss Something?

The First Circuit Court of Appeals decision in Mission Product Holdings Inc. v. Tempnology LLC held that the absence of trademarks from the definition of intellection property in § 101(35A) of the Bankruptcy Code means that, unlike other types of intellectual property, a licensor’s rejection of a trademark license deprives its licensee of any right to continued use of the mark.

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Are Trademarks Really That Special, or Did Congress Just Miss Something?

The First Circuit Court of Appeals decision in Mission Product Holdings Inc. v. Tempnology LLC held that the absence of trademarks from the definition of intellection property in § 101(35A) of the Bankruptcy Code means that, unlike other types of intellectual property, a licensor’s rejection of a trademark license deprives its licensee of any right to continued use of the mark.

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NO CLE - ABI Live Webinar: Getting the Best Deal for Your Client: Section 363 Sales vs. Out of Court Sales

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§ 363 Sale Issues

Dive into § 363 sales issues, including whether there are limits to “free and clear”; the GM conflict between §§ 365(h) and 363(f) (“lease-stripping”); sales free and clear of leasehold interests, restrictive covenants and override royalties; being free and clear of successorships in CBAs; selling free and clear of environmental liabilities (La Paloma, Exide); and loan-to-own strategies.

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§ 363 Sale Issues

Dive into § 363 sales issues, including whether there are limits to “free and clear”; the GM conflict between §§ 365(h) and 363(f) (“lease-stripping”); sales free and clear of leasehold interests, restrictive covenants and override royalties; being free and clear of successorships in CBAs; selling free and clear of environmental liabilities (La Paloma, Exide); and loan-to-own strategies.

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The ABCs (and DEFs) of Assignments for the Benefit of Creditors

ABCs aren’t just for kids anymore! Come join some of the nation’s leading experts as they identify the important building blocks of this tool to liquidate insolvent companies.

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When Adequate Protection Is Not Adequate

This panel focuses on the most important adequate-protection issues, including current cash payments in the form of legal fees for “secured” creditors, how diminution in value claims for different types of assets are determined, how intercreditor agreements may limit junior secured creditors’ rights to demand and receive adequate protection, and the valuation of assets.

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How to Find Hidden Foreign Assets Here and There

The panel explores the challenges with foreign asset discovery in chapter 15 proceedings. Most foreign discovery is obtained either pursuant to Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 2004 or through the application of the Hague Convention. But how effective are these methods given the cumbersome and often complicated process of obtaining discovery? Are there more effective and efficient methods toward obtaining these results? Do other foreign jurisdictions have less cumbersome and more expedited processes to propound this type of discovery?

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Not so Free, Not so Clear: An Ethical Walk Through Asset Sales

This panel uses hypotheticals to discuss the ethical problems facing counsel and their clients in § 363 sales including collusion, abuses during due diligence, and successor liability.

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