Forget Low-Hanging Fruit—Sell the Whole Tree! Monetizing Intangible Assets in Bankruptcy at Minimum Cost
By Kevin H. Morse, Member-in-Charge & Joseph Archambeau, Bankruptcy Associate, Clark Hill PLC
When a trustee is charged with administering a bankruptcy where the estate’s only valuable assets are avoidance actions, the trustee or their counsel are often required to take on the avoidance actions without a guarantee of recovery or payment. In other words, the trustee and their counsel...
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Joseph Archambeau is a bankruptcy associate in the Chicago office of Clark Hill PLC. He supports businesses, their owners, and committees in several industries as they navigate financial changes. Archambeau has experience with restructuring out of court, combinations, bankruptcy, and litigation. Prior to joining Clark Hill, Archambeau was an associate at a multinational law firm, specializing in mass-tort bankruptcy litigation and distressed combinations for large corporations.
Kevin H. Morse is member-in-charge of the Chicago office of Clark Hill PLC and a member of the bankruptcy and restructuring business unit. He supports businesses and their owners in a wide variety of industries afflicted with financial distress through out-of-court restructuring, bankruptcy, and litigation. Morse has over 15 years of experience handling insolvency matters, including Chapter 11 debtor representation, assignments for the benefit of creditors, fiduciary representations, committee representations, creditors’ rights, and other insolvency issues.