Corporate Governance

ABI-Live: Special Committees and Creditors’ Committees: Friends or Foes?

Sponsored by the Unsecured Trade Creditors Committee

$125.00
$125.00

Post-Restructuring

This panel will discuss the disposition of restructured equity, including § 1145 and other limitations and exemptions; selecting and managing post-restructured boards, and how to assemble a new board with a view toward maximizing value; issues attendant to the recruitment of pertinent and qualified directors; departures from rent-a-director; use of independent directors on a new board; granting of observer rights; perspectives of being a member of a well-run post-restructured board; shareholder voting and control considerations, including minority rights; incentivizing management through MIPs,

$125.00
$125.00

NO CLE - Annual Alexander L. Paskay Keynote with James Fama, Former Vice President, Energy Delivery for the Edison Electric Institute (EEI)

James Fama, former vice president of energy delivery for the Edison Electric Institute (EEI), will provide an overview of current issues in cybersecurity from a national perspective, as well as planning opportunities for businesses.

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Post-Restructuring

This panel will discuss the disposition of restructured equity, including § 1145 and other limitations and exemptions; selecting and managing post-restructured boards, and how to assemble a new board with a view toward maximizing value; issues attendant to the recruitment of pertinent and qualified directors; departures from rent-a-director; use of independent directors on a new board; granting of observer rights; perspectives of being a member of a well-run post-restructured board; shareholder voting and control considerations, including minority rights; incentivizing management through MIPs,

$125.00
$125.00

Corporate Governance in Distressed Situations

This panel will focus on different strategies sponsors are using to retain control (or at least put a stake through) the bankruptcy process. What are the risks to sponsors/litigation issues? The panelists will also discuss fiduciary duties, managing conflicts and retaining separate counsel, the interplay between corporate governance and aggressive sponsor action (e.g., selling or spinning/stripping-off assets), sponsor affiliates purchasing debt in the portfolio company’s capital structure, and 10b-5 compliance, as well as negotiating/litigating with a difficult board.

$125.00
$125.00

NO CLE - ABI-Live: COVID-19 Impact: Survival Considerations for Every Hospital

Sponsored by: ToneyKorf Partners, LLC
Join our panel of experts as they discuss the short and long term impact and implications of COVID-19 on current and future hospital financial stability. ToneyKorf's pandemic impact mitigation strategy tool will be discussed as a way that can provide a more precise, data-driven projection of changes to hospital finances. Panelists will also explore the range of recovery and restructuring strategies to bring stability to the uncertain financial future created by this pandemic.

Free Session

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NO CLE - The Continued Use of Blocking Directors and Managers in Bankruptcy-Related Transactions

This panel will explore the efforts being taken to use blocking provisions in corporate and company organizational documents to limit the possibility of a bankruptcy filing, and will discuss the importance of independent board members in various transactions throughout the duration of a chapter 11 case and financial distress.

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NO CLE - Advising a Board

The panelists will discuss fiduciary duties and the role of the board.

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NO CLE - Nonprofits: The Internal Struggles of Officers and Directors

Two of the most currently challenged industries — higher education and health care — are also the two industries most likely to use the nonprofit form of organization. Recent high-profile cases have demonstrated the pull and tug on officers and directors of those entities. Tasked with both the practical realities imposed by the need to make payroll and the mission-based obligation to pursue the organization’s charitable purposes, the officers and directors are forced to weigh financial discipline against the obligation to heal or to educate.

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NO CLE - Nonprofits: The Internal Struggles of Officers and Directors

Two of the most currently challenged industries — higher education and health care — are also the two industries most likely to use the nonprofit form of organization. Recent high-profile cases have demonstrated the pull and tug on officers and directors of those entities. Tasked with both the practical realities imposed by the need to make payroll and the mission-based obligation to pursue the organization’s charitable purposes, the officers and directors are forced to weigh financial discipline against the obligation to heal or to educate.

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