Creditors'Committee

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.

$125.00
$125.00

Recent Trends in the Credit Bidding of Assets and Cross-Border Issues

This panel will explore recent cases and trends of credit bidding in chapter 11 cases. Many lenders are now requesting up-front approval of credit bid rights in debtor-in-possession financing orders, which would curtail the bankruptcy court’s ability to modify or limit credit bidding rights under Bankruptcy Code § 363(k) later on when the assets are auctioned. The panel will examine recent decisions on credit bidding and what limitations courts have applied to a secured creditor’s right to credit bid in bankruptcy cases.

$125.00
$125.00

Current Issues Concerning and New Dilemmas for Committees

How do judges view the various types of committees–official statutory committees (including unsecured creditor, equity, retiree and tort claimant committees) and ad hoc committees? Is the makeup of the committee (trade/landlords/noteholders/bondholders/litigation claimants) relevant? What is Jevic’s impact on the ability of unsecured creditors’ committees to obtain recoveries for their constituents—do committees representing deeply out-of-the-money creditors have anything left in their toolboxes? This panel will discuss these questions and more relating to official and ad hoc committees.

$125.00
$125.00

Judicial Debates

NO CLE - Secured Creditor Issues

This panel will discuss post-petition financing issues, such as what it takes for a third party to prime a DIP and what should be allowed for controls by secured creditors via DIP financing cash-collateral orders, including case milestones. What terms are and should be acceptable in first-day cash-collateral and DIP-financing orders (Aegean)? Too much control, or simply adequate protection?

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NO CLE - Secured Creditor Issues

This panel will discuss post-petition financing issues, such as what it takes for a third party to prime a DIP and what should be allowed for controls by secured creditors via DIP financing cash-collateral orders, including case milestones. What terms are and should be acceptable in first-day cash-collateral and DIP-financing orders (Aegean)? Too much control, or simply adequate protection?

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NO CLE - 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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NO CLE - Current Issues Facing Unsecured Creditors’ Committees

This panel of experienced professionals will discuss and analyze what it takes to maximize results for unsecured creditors in today’s chapter 11 cases.

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NO CLE - Creditor Group Participation

This session will explore the following questions: Should all similarly situated creditors have the right to participate in rights offerings, financings, etc.? Does it violate Bankruptcy Code provisions or policy to allow a subset of creditors to receive fees and increase their recovery at the expense of similarly situated creditors? Is mandatory market-testing a viable solution?

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NO CLE - Best Practices in Settlements After Jevic

The Supreme Court’s opinion in Jevic limited the options available to effectuate settlements, particularly over the objection of impacted parties. This panel will discuss creative approaches to implementing settlements and disposing of cases, with a special focus on cases where objecting parties are seeking to prevent settlement.

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