This presentation will cover the competing factions in the recent Pacific Gas & Electric Company chapter 11 bankruptcy case. Why did a company with a $72 billion asset value need to file chapter 11? How did the company get out of bankruptcy so quickly? What does the company’s financial picture look like today compared to just three years ago?
Special Guest Speaker:Paul J. Pascuzzi
Paul J. Pascuzzi is the managing partner at Felderstein Fitzgerald Willoughby Pascuzzi & Rios LLP in Sacramento, California. Paul and his firm served as co-counsel with the California Attorney General’s office representing numerous California state agencies in the Pacific Gas & Electric chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. Paul represents creditors and debtors in virtually every type of bankruptcy case, out-of-court workout, receiverships and commercial litigation. Paul has represented chapter 11 debtors in complex corporate reorganizations and liquidations, including the Roman Catholic Bishop of Stockton, Nations First Capital, Large Scale Biology Corp and the bank holding company Capital Corp of the West. Paul is a Fellow of the prestigious American College of Bankruptcy and is annually recognized in The Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers.