Intellectual Property Considerations for Buyers in Bankruptcy Sales
Brian J. Lohan & Maja Zerjal Fink, Partners, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
Familiarity with sales of a debtor’s assets during a bankruptcy case is much more pervasive than in years past. Such sales, known as 363 sales and named for a section of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, generally allow a debtor to sell its assets free and clear of liens, claims, and encumbrances, and...
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Brian Lohan is a partner in the restructuring group of Arnold & Porter. His practice encompasses all aspects of corporate reorganizations, bankruptcy, and insolvency. He has extensive experience representing Chapter 11 debtors, DIP lenders, 363 purchasers, ad hoc groups of noteholders, senior lenders, as well as official committees of unsecured creditors, Chapter 7 trustees, Chapter 15 debtors, and other creditor constituencies. In addition, Lohan regularly advises clients on distressed and special situations.
Maja Zerjal Fink Fink is a partner in Arnold & Porter’s Bankruptcy and Restructuring Group. She has been involved in some of the largest reorganization cases in the United States, including Puerto Rico, Hertz, Cineworld, Caesars, MF Global, Seadrill Partners, Penn Virginia, Rotech Healthcare, SIGA Technologies, Breitburn, and Trident Microsystems. Zerjal Fink has been recognized as a 40 Under 40 by the ABI (2021), and a Rising Star by Law360 (2020), Super Lawyers (2020), and The Legal 500 (2019).