Chapter 11 and Subchapter V - A Means to a (Dealmaking) End or Just the End?

From the 2021 TMA Distressed Investing Conference

Reorganizing under Subchapter V is less expensive for the debtor because certain administrative expenses that a small business would normally incur in a Chapter 11 case have been eliminated. Who is really eligible under the $7.5M debt limit? How can you use Subchapter V to buy a business? Are there issues with timing? These are just a few things that our expert panelists will discuss during this session.

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