Corporate Governance

NO CLE: WORKSHOP: The Importance of Corporate Controls: Failed Business Organizations

Through case studies (FTX, SVB and LeClair Ryan), this panel will discuss the importance of corporate controls and share best practices for implementing strong corporate controls.

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NO CLE: WORKSHOP: Financially Distressed De-SPAC Companies

The life cycle of an SPAC is continually evolving — and in recent history, some cycles have included bankruptcy proceedings. This panel will go through what an SPAC is and what it means to “deSPAC,” and will examine post-deSPAC'ed companies against the backdrop of the current, sometimes turbulent economy. The panelists also will discuss when bankruptcy is (or isn’t) an option for a de-SPAC'ed company, and how a bankruptcy case may (or may not) be different for such a company.

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Corporate Investigations for Companies in Distress: Planning, Process and Execution

This panel will provide attendees with a step-by-step process to review potential claims against parties-in-interest in chapter 11 proceedings. The panelists will review the establishment of independent directors/special committees and scope of authority, the process plan regarding a proposed investigation, execution of the plan during chapter 11 proceedings, and addressing issues, allegations and disputes raised by stakeholders.

$125.00
$125.00

Advising the Board

$125.00
$125.00

Top Issues for Public Company Bankruptcies

This panel will present views from the perspectives of management, debtor’s counsel and creditors' committee’s counsel on hot-button and common issues in public company bankruptcies. These large and interesting cases are not filed every day, but their frequency has been on the rise because of the role of special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs). The panelists will discuss the nuances of what makes public company bankruptcies different.

$125.00
$125.00

End of the Texas Two-Step? Impressions on LTL and Aero

This panel will examine the recent rise and possible fall of the Texas Two-Step, with a focus on the recent LTL and Aero decisions, as well as a discussion on good faith as a necessary aspect of a chapter 11 filing.

$125.00
$125.00

The “Restructuring Director”: A Critique and Response

Over the last decade, the “restructuring director” has emerged as a key new player in corporate restructurings. This panel will review the rise of the restructuring director, the role they play in restructurings, and the benefits they bring — along with the controversies they cause.

$125.00
$125.00

Third-Party Releases

This session will discuss recent decisions and developments regarding third-party releases, both internationally and domestically.

$125.00
$125.00

Advanced DIP Topics

This panel will present a discussion of recent nonconsensual DIP financings, and take a look at some novel provisions that are becoming more common in DIP orders. The panelists will explore the current status of priming DIP financings/nonconsensual uses of cash collateral, and recent developments in DIP-financing orders, including limitations on the challenge period, large roll-ups, equity participations and "interim order creep."

$125.00
$125.00

CRO/Restructuring in Cayman vs. Chapter 11 in U.S. (No C.L.E.)

The panel will discuss the impact of the amendments to the Cayman Companies Act, which introduce the ability of a company to restructure under the supervision of a company restructuring officer on grounds that the company is or is likely to become unable to pay its debts and intends to present a compromise or arrangement to its creditors (or classes thereof), either pursuant to the Companies Act (2021 Revision) or a foreign law or by way of a consensual restructuring. These provisions will be compared to and contrasted with U.S. chapter 11.

$125.00
$125.00
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