Finance and Banking

ABI-Live: Paycheck Protection Program: Access to PPP Loans for Chapter 11 Debtors

Join us for a discussion on the key features of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the current legal landscape regarding the eligibility of companies in bankruptcy to receive PPP Loans, including an overview of SBA guidance and recent court decisions.

$125.00
$125.00

Cannabis in Bankruptcy

The panel will briefly address the historical use of cannabis in America for medicinal purposes and the subsequent criminalization of cannabis, which was racially motivated. The panel will then discuss the challenges faced by corporate entities that seek to obtain bankruptcy protection when at least a portion of their income is derived from the sale or cultivation of cannabis, the lease of space to cannabis companies, or the sale or manufacture of products used in connection with a cannabis business.

$125.00
$125.00

Yes, You Need Them: The Value of Financial Advisors and Investment Bankers in § 363 Sales

This panel will discuss the value and involvement of financial advisors and investment bankers in successful § 363 sales, as well as strategies for working with financial advisors and investment bankers to navigate negotiations of § 363 sale terms, maximizing recoveries, and handling ethical issues that may arise in § 363 sales.

$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

NO CLE - Banking and Bankruptcy

Money talks and lending trends: This session will highlight consumer banking issues, technical aspects in cryptocurrency, and fintech.

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NO CLE - Understanding DIP Financing Agreements, Valuation Approaches and More

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NO CLE - Distressed Market Conditions: The Next Bankruptcy Wave

The panel will discuss the state of distressed and bankruptcy related investing, including where they currently see opportunities, their thoughts on the credit cycle, what may drive the next wave of bankruptcies, the potential effects and repercussions of the leveraged loan market, the role of CDS and the “empty creditor” dynamic, and the impact of BDC’s, CLO’s and direct lending firms.

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NO CLE - CDS Markets

Recent high-profile cases have been impacted by credit derivatives (e.g., Hovnanian, Sears, Caesars, iHeart). The panelists will discuss how these situations have unfolded and their effects. What pre-filing diligence should a debtor perform in order to be prepared?

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NO CLE - CDS Markets

A number of recent high-profile cases have been impacted by credit derivatives (e.g., Hovnanian, Sears, Caesars, iHeart). The panelists discuss how these situations have unfolded and their effects. What pre-filing diligence should a debtor perform in order to be prepared?

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NO CLE - EB-5 Program Company Restructurings

Through the EB-5 immigrant investor program, a foreign national can invest at least $500,000 into a qualified project, and if that investment leads to the creation of at least 10 jobs in the U.S., the investor becomes eligible for permanent U.S. residency. The EB-5 Program has expanded dramatically over the last decade, typically with USCIS-qualified “regional centers” pooling investments to provide inexpensive liquidity to real estate developments and other businesses. This panel will discuss recent developments and issues involved in EB-5 restructurings and chapter 11s.

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