Asset Sales

Recent Consumer Case Law Developments with Bill Rochelle (2021 Caribbean Insolvency Symposium)

This past year has seen a remarkable number of wide splits and controversial opinions. This panel of experts, moderated by ABI Editor-at-Large Bill Rochelle, will discuss and analyze current notable business and consumer bankruptcy cases.

$125.00
$125.00

Judicial Round & Round (2021 Caribbean Insolvency Symposium)

In this virtual variation on the in-person format, a nationwide group of distinguished judges will discuss current bankruptcy and practical skills issues in an innovative Zoom-style presentation. The judges will rotate to a new online “room,” allowing participants to maximize their time and gain valuable insights into best practices.

$125.00
$125.00

ABI Live: Navigating Ethical Issues During Asset Sales

Sponsored by the ABI's Asset Sales and Ethics and Professional Compensation Committees

This webinar will discuss ethical issues professionals may face in asset sales and weave in some real life stories from previous deals our panelists have been involved with. Topics to be addressed include collusion, confidentiality, and fiduciary responsibility.

$125.00
$125.00

Follow The Money: Bankruptcy as a Tool to Fight Fraud and Recover Assets

Panel presented by the International Women's Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC)

Panelists from IWIRC's Latin America network will explore the tools available and strategies for recovering assets in cross-border insolvencies from a Latin American perspective.

$125.00
$125.00

Navigating Distressed Investing, Sales and Technology: Protecting Your Sale Process, Your Investments and Your Hide

Presented by the Emerging Industries and Technology & Secured Credit Committees
This panel explores and navigates distressed-investing issues relating to sales of technology and IP under § 363, and buyer identification in a virtual landscape.

$125.00
$125.00

Opportunities and Challenges Associated with Early-in-the-Case § 363 Sales

This session will review the unique issues involved with early and quick § 363 sales in chapter 11 cases, including financing the case, how to get the sale approved, and what happens to the case after the sale closes.

$125.00
$125.00

But I’m Afraid of Needles: The Sale of Health Care Assets

Presented by the Health Care & Asset Sales Committees
This panel will discuss various issues and challenges accompanying sales of health care assets, including factors to consider in determining whether or not a sale is the best alternative. Such factors include the role of regulatory authorities, political challenges, reimbursement issues, issues related to urban vs. rural facilities, the evolution of the health care business, and best practices in navigating such challenges.

$125.00
$125.00

“Too Many Hats”: The Peculiar Problems and Challenges that Arise When an Equity Sponsor/Secured Lender is a DIP Lender/Stalking-Horse Buyer in a Chapter 11 Case

This panel will discuss whether liens are available on unencumbered assets like avoidance actions, credit bidding issues, equitable subordination/ recharacterization concerns, committee challenges to liens and bidding procedures.

$125.00
$125.00

Views from the Bench: Confirmation Roundtables: Competing Interests in Today's Chapter 11

This session will discuss the impact of extraordinary and unforeseen changes in the economy; feasibility in a COVID-19 world; the split between § 1141 analysis and traditional opt-in/opt-out provisions for third-party releases; the best-interest test in connection with third-party releases; the fate of Till and cramdown; valuation issues such as what happens when projections are totally wrong; exclusivity termination; attempts to put assets beyond the reach of lenders; plan voting/§ 1129(a)(10) and artificial impairment; and estimation for voting purposes.

$125.00
$125.00

Views from the Bench: Sales - Chapter 11 or § 363?

Should § 363 sales occur early in a case? Should the Federal Foreclosure Act be invoked? The panelists will discuss these issues, as well as sales in confirmation; circumstances under which a court may preclude or limit credit bidding under § 363(k); whether to push for dismissal, conversion, or a liquidating trust; mootness and appeals; Rule 9019 settlements combined with sales to make them harder to appeal; whether Fulton will further increase the power of secured creditors; and extraordinary changes in the economy (delay or convert?).

$125.00
$125.00
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