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...
TMA Town Hall for April 22, 2020

CARES Act Considerations: Small and Midsized Companies Seeking Relief

Even the heartiest of companies is ailing in these challenging times, but navigating the landscape of available resources (including the CARES Act) is daunting....

TMA Town Hall for April 1, 2020

COVID-19: Impacts to the Hospitality Industry

Alan Tantleff, CTP, Senior Managing Director and Leader of the Hospitality, Gaming & Leisure industry practice at FTI Consulting, and...

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...

Delaware law regarding creditors’ abilities to bring successful breach of fiduciary duty claims has evolved significantly over the past 15 years — from creditors once being able to assert direct claims to now being able only to assert derivative claims on behalf of all creditors in “rare”...