The Treatment of  MAAP  Payments in Bankruptcy
The Medicare Accelerated and Advance Payments Program (MAAP) allows the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to accelerate payments to Medicare providers and suppliers to help offset financial losses due to a disruption in claims processing or during a public health emergency such as...
Treatment of Healthcare Company Provider Agreements Is Key in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Sales
Many healthcare companies, both for-profit and nonprofit, are facing increasing financial distress, causing many of them to seek relief under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code to restructure their financial obligations, sell substantially all of their assets, or implement an orderly plan of...
Pressures Continue to Grow in the Ag, Logistics Industries
Last year, when I sat down to write the guest editor’s column for the 2020 healthcare issue, we were reeling from a pandemic that not only was straining our already overtaxed healthcare system but also exacerbating the socio-political fissures that have dominated headlines, created misinformation,...
TMA Town Hall for July 21, 2021

Hidden Assets in Bankruptcy and Corporate Wind Downs: How to Identify, Preserve, and Monetize Them, sponsored by Hilco Global

There may be hidden treasures to uncover in your next bankruptcy or wind down. Join the experts as they walk through a case study and share their...

The New Normal: Impact of the Global Pandemic on U.S. Restructurings
The U.S. experienced the lowest total number of bankruptcy filings since 1986 last year, including individuals filing for bankruptcy, a somewhat surprising statistic given the devastating impact of the pandemic-driven shutdowns across the United States and around the world. Bucking that trend,...
TMA Town Hall for May 12, 2021

The First 100: The Biden Administration's Impact on Restructuring

Sponsored by Bernstein Shur, Development Specialists, Inc., and Gavin/Solmonese.

Recent legislation has significantly impacted the turnaround and restructuring industry, including...

JCR Guest Editor
A little over one year ago, just as the country was heading into a period of unprecedented turbulence caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA) went into effect on February 19, 2020. Before SBRA, struggling businesses considering bankruptcy had two options:...
Subchapter V, ABCs  Are Key Tools for Troubled SMBs
As economic calamities in the U.S. dominate the headlines, and the media focus relentlessly on the supposed demise of the retail, hospitality, and other industries, businesses of all sizes are forced to contemplate their futures. In particular, small and medium-size businesses (SMBs), as well as...
Bankruptcy Courts Appear ‘Good Faith Debtor’ Friendly in Subchapter V Cases
Pursuant to the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 (SBRA), which became effective on February 19, 2020, Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code was amended to include new Subchapter V. Through newly added Bankruptcy Code Sections 1181-1195, “small business debtors” should be able to...
What Turnaround Professionals Need to Know About Subchapter V
As most turnaround professionals know, federal legislation in response to the coronavirus pandemic created a limited window for more businesses to qualify for what is intended to be a faster, less costly, and simpler route through bankruptcy. This route exists through the Small Business...