With automotive distress on the rise, now is the perfect time to join our distinguished panel for an in-depth analysis of the most important agreement in a distressed-automotive situation: the Accommodation Agreement. We will examine how and why the Accommodation Agreement was invented, its history and evolution and, most importantly, current market terms for Accommodation Agreements. As a special treat, our panel includes one the authors of the first Accommodation Agreement.
The panel discussion will be followed by a 30 minute networking session.
Stephen M. Gross: Steve is a member of McDonald Hopkins and is co-chair of the firm’s Business Restructuring Department and Chair of the Automotive Practice Group. Steve specializes in, among other things, representing suppliers/borrowers in automotive matters.
Theodore B. Sylwestrzak: Ted is a member of Dickinson Wright and is the Chair of the firm’s Banking and Finance Group. Ted specializes in, among other things, representing lenders in automotive matters.
Robert B. Weiss: Bob is of counsel with Dickinson Wright. For many years Bob was the Chair of the Bankruptcy, Insolvency, and Restructuring Group at Honigman, Miller, Schwartz, and Cohn. Bob was one of the authors of the first Accommodation Agreement, and Bob specializes in, among other things, representing OEM’s and other customers in automotive matters.
Sheldon Stone: Sheldon is a partner with Amherst Partners and is the Practice Leader of its Restructuring Advisory Services. Sheldon specializes in representing debtors, creditors, and other parties-in-interest in accommodation agreements, debt restructurings, recapitalizations, and planning and executing sell-side processes (including the disposition and liquidation of underperforming assets).
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