By Jack O’Connor, Partner, Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Helsinger
The concept and benefits of providing debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing under Bankruptcy Code Section 364 are not new. But because DIP financing negotiations are often conducted on a compressed timeline and can be both complex and laborious, this article serves as both a primer and refresher...
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Jack O’Connor is a partner in Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Helsinger’s Restructuring, Insolvency, and Special Situations Group. A TMA member for more than a decade, he currently chairs the TMA Global NextGen Committee and is a member of the TMA Global Board of Trustees. O’Connor represents clients in distressed business situations across industries and ownership structures with a focus on company/debtor representations. He is the executive editor of Commercial Bankruptcy Litigation and routinely speaks and writes on commercial distress issues.
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