2019, 2019 Bankruptcy Battleground West

Crossfire (2019 Bankruptcy Battleground West)

This panel is in the format of current-events TV program “Crossfire” and will address three “hot” or “interesting” bankruptcy issues that are not being addressed in the other sessions, including future waivers, new-value issues and Jevic.

$50.00
$50.00

Looking for the Remote: Structuring Enforceable Bankruptcy-Remote, Special-Purpose Entities in Commercial Real Estate Finance

This panel will explore the evolution of real estate financing structures leading up to today’s market, and discusses how current trends and varying structures can affect results in a future workout or bankruptcy.

$50.00
$50.00

The Morning After OPEC Goes Broke

Various factors have combined to result in low crude oil prices that are not expected to rebound significantly and not to a point where OPEC countries will be able to cover their operating deficits. This panel will explore the issues facing the OPEC countries and discuss how these issues will impact the global economy and insolvency practice in the coming years.

$50.00
$50.00

The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: More Trouble for Financially Troubled Businesses

The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act made significant changes to the Internal Revenue Code. This panel will discuss certain tax changes that may adversely affect financially troubled business operations, debt restructurings, reorganizations and liquidations.

$50.00
$50.00

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.

$50.00
$50.00

The Great Divide: Overview of Circuit Splits on Current Issues

This panel of legal experts break down a number of significant issues that are currently dividing circuits across the country, including the effect of rejecting trademark licenses, the allowance of claims for “make-whole” premiums, third-party plan releases, the right to assume and assign intellectual property agreements, the calculation of lease-rejection damages under § 502(b)(6), and the standard for satisfying the impaired consenting class requirement under a joint plan. Do you know where your circuit stands on these key issues?

$50.00
$50.00
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