The Jevic Case had the potential of shaking up Chapter 11 practice by allowing an additional exit from bankruptcy that did not have to strictly comply with the Bankruptcy Code’s priority scheme. While the Supreme Court did not end up approving that approach, the Jevic ruling was significant and the case will be cited in connection with several key bankruptcy issues for years to come. Come hear from the front line CRO of Jevic, along with two bankruptcy and restructuring practitioners, on how Jevic will potentially change the analysis of whether bankruptcy is the right remedy (and, if so, how to navigate Jevic and priority-related issues), or whether a different approach may be required. Our expert panel members are:
* Dan Dooley - Morris Anderson * Connie Lahn - Barnes & Thornburg * Sarah Olson - Fredrikson & Byron
All interested professionals are welcome to attend.
Contact Brenda Ryan at 612-708-0258 orBrenda.firstname.lastname@example.org prior to Friday, October 6 and there will be no charge. Cancellations received after 10/6(and all event no-shows) will be charged the full applicable registration fee
Substitutions: Substitutions are allowed, however if substitute is not a TMA Member, the applicable difference in the registration fee will be requested.