After a long hiatus, workouts are back. Please join our distinguished panel to discuss workouts and workout fundamentals from the lender's perspective. This is the first of a four-part series on workout and bankruptcy fundamentals. Great for newcomers to the workout world, as well as seasoned veterans.
Topics for our first session include:
The Ten Commandments to avoid lender liability
Warning signs that trouble is ahead
Structural issues with loans, including upstream and cross-stream guarantees, lien perfection, and documentation deficiencies
Documenting the workout: preworkout letters, default letters, and forbearance agreements
Alternatives for lenders: waiver, restructure, forbearance, orderly wind down, bankruptcy, and enforce rights and remedies under the loan documents and applicable law
Lender document retention policies and discovery
Panelists: Rachel L. Wolock from Dickinson Wright PLLC Peggy Cummins from Four C's Consulting, LLC Douglas A. Wilterdink from DWH, LLC
Moderator: Marc Swanson from Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone, PLC
Requests for refunds must be made in writing no later than 48 hours prior to the date of the event (e-mail is acceptable). No cancellations will be accepted within 48 hours of the event. Substitutions are allowed and must be submitted in writing (e-mail is acceptable). The substitute must be from the same firm as the original registrant and, if the substitute is not a TMA Member, the difference in registration fee will be required. Please note that if you register for the event after the cancellation deadline has passed, you will not be eligible for a refund should you need to cancel your registration. The cancellation policy applies to all registrants regardless of when the registration is submitted. Registrants who fail to attend the event and do not provide written notice in accordance with these policies and deadlines are responsible for full payment.