SBRA Creates New Opportunities to Restructure Family-Owned Businesses
By Tobias S. Keller, Partner, Keller Benvenutti Kim LLP
Every month or so, another household name—e.g., PG&E, Neiman Marcus, Hertz—commences a Chapter 11 case to restructure its balance sheet, reset its relationships with its creditors collectively, and leave its legacy problems in the past. The U.S. Bankruptcy Code is a carefully crafted...
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Tobias S. Keller is a partner with Keller Benvenutti Kim LLP and counsels clients in a variety of industries dealing with financial distress, excessive leverage, uncontrolled litigation, and unanticipated employee or vendor problems. Recent representations include the Chapter 11 debtors in PG&E Corporation and Ravn Air Group; investors and secured parties in Fisker Automotive and Sotera Wireless; and purchasers in Peninsula Airways and Imperial Toy. Keller is a fellow in the American College of Bankruptcy and has been recognized as a leading lawyer in numerous publications.