The 2019 TMA Annual

From The 2019 TMA Annual

Expand your horizons and explore recent happenings in cross-border insolvencies during this period of economic uncertainty. Key players from large international cases will discuss jurisdictional considerations, challenges assisting clients in foreign jurisdictions...

The 2019 TMA Annual

From The 2019 TMA Annual

Restructuring is used as a tool in more and more music, entertainment, IP, and licensing deals. And, as more forms of media shift to online streaming and other new distribution mechanisms, how will reorganization and restructuring protocols value and adapt to new...

The 2019 TMA Annual

From The 2019 TMA Annual

Bankruptcy provides debtors with important advantages for dealing with insolvency, but if bankruptcy is impractical or undesirable, alternatives such as ABCs, UCC Article 9 sales, and receiverships can often achieve similar results more quickly and with less...

The 2019 TMA Annual

From The 2019 TMA Annual

Examine multilateral negotiation challenges and strategies against the backdrop of a Chapter 11 reorganization, where multiple constituents having different motivations must address each constituent’s needs and interests in order to achieve a shared goal of a...

The 2019 TMA Annual

From The 2019 TMA Annual

Allegations of sexual abuse and other wrongdoing have prompted bankruptcy filings and other significant financial impacts for large non-profit institutions and other businesses. In this session, experienced attorneys will outline the customary committees, claims...

On April 19, 2019, Bankruptcy Judge Robert D. Drain of the Southern District of New York announced his much-anticipated ruling determining the appropriate rate of interest on the replacement notes issued under Momentive’s Chapter 11 plan. The ruling culminated a cramdown contest that had weaved its...
Chapter 11 offers debtors and debtors in possession numerous protections and benefits, including, perhaps most significantly, the concept of a “fresh start” for individuals and entities that submit to the process. Pursuant to Section 1141(d)(1) of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, when a Chapter 11 plan of...
When Kmart was first faced with bankruptcy in February 2002, its leadership was committed to addressing its operational challenges in an aggressive manner. The team enacted a “fast-track emergence” plan, with the goal of exiting bankruptcy by July 2003. Today’s retail restructuring environment...
When a company is on the bankruptcy highway, one of the goals is to exit as quickly and smoothly as possible, leaving the uncertainty of the process behind and putting all of management’s time into optimizing the business. It’s no wonder, then, that two recent ultrafast bankruptcy cases have caught...
When restructuring a business is necessary, the company and its professionals evaluate options and look for the best and most efficient path forward. This path often leads to a restructuring under the auspices of Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. Like any restructuring option, Chapter 11...