Business Reorganization

The Role of Governmental Agencies in Chapter 11 Cases

Winding Down Companies When Bankruptcy Is Not an Option

This panel will discuss alternatives to formal bankruptcy, including assignments for the benefit of creditors, abstention of a bankruptcy case under § 305, receiverships, state law dissolution and out-of-court workouts.

$25.00
$25.00

Be Careful What You Ask For: Risks and Benefits of Involuntary Bankruptcy Filings

This session will provide an overview of the requirements to file an involuntary bankruptcy case and the advantages and pitfalls that arise from these filings, including petitioner liabilities.

$25.00
$25.00

Very Good Debates: Judicial Debate

Resolved: Hiring an independent CRO displaces the need for the appointment of a chapter 11 trustee under § 1104(e) of the Bankruptcy Code.

Resolved: Holders of acquired claims should be required to disclose the basis in such a claim as a condition for seeking relief in a bankruptcy case.

Resolved: Holders of acquired claims should be required to disclose the basis in such a claim as a condition for seeking relief in a bankruptcy case.

$25.00
$25.00

Judicial Debates (2018 Mid-Atlantic Bankruptcy Workshop)

Kicking the Tires: Automotive Supplier Restructurings/Tariffs

In an environment of rapid technological change and political uncertainty, automotive suppliers face fresh challenges. This panel will explore the possibility of trade wars, the politics of infrastructure, and the challenges and possibilities presented by self-driving cars and emerging technologies.

$25.00
$25.00

Interactive Panel: Breaking Down the DIP Budget

This panel will explore the components of the DIP budget and the key issues for different stakeholders. The panelists will discuss how the DIP is constructed, negotiated and presented based on the interests of the debtor, lenders and unsecured creditors, and offer insight for professionals at every level of experience.

$25.00
$25.00

Case Updates: Business and Consumer Law Developments

This panel will present a lively discussion of key issues decided in business and consumer bankruptcy cases throughout the country over the past year.

$25.00
$25.00

The Curious Case of the LLC: Often Used, but Rarely Understood

Limited liability companies are outpacing corporations as the preferred business form, but they are a newly popular type of entity. This panel will track LLC law as it rapidly evolves to deal with the unique issues LLCs present. How does the Bankruptcy Code interact with state law in handling these issues, including member- and manager-managed LLCs, single-member LLCs, LLCs as assets of an estate, charging liens, restrictions on attachment or transfer of membership interests, and forced insolvencies? Please join us as we examine the clues to unravel the case of this curious entity.

$25.00
$25.00

Financial Advisors: The Challenges Facing Colleges and Universities

This panel will discuss the challenges facing colleges and universities, and the financial advisor’s role in assisting stakeholders in addressing these challenges. The panelists will discuss the dynamics associated with turning around a college or university and how that process differs from the kinds of turnarounds that most professionals are familiar with.

$25.00
$25.00
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