TMA-Northern Ohio

July 14, 2020

Join the Northern District of Ohio's Subchapter V Bankruptcy Trustees as they discuss how the new legislation is being applied by debtors, courts, and trustees. The panel will talk about the types of cases filed, pending issues, recent decisions, and...

TMA Town Hall for June 10, 2020

Retail Distress: COVID-19 Infects Struggling Businesses

Prominent retail bankruptcies already made headlines before the COVID-19 pandemic forced store closures across the U.S. With many states now allowing businesses to reopen, can retailers survive at 50% capacity or...

Puts Chapter 11  Bankruptcy  Within Reach for  Small Businesses
The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 (SBRA), known as Subchapter V (Public Law (PL) 116-54), presents a new opportunity for reorganizing small businesses under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. This new law became effective February 20, 2020, and was promptly expanded as of March 27...
2020 Distressed Investing Conference

From the 2020 Distressed Investing Conference

Debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing is commonly used to fund operations during Chapter 11 restructuring and takes priority over existing claims. In some recent bankruptcy cases, last-minute loans and other liquidity infusions before filing...

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

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...