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Overview of the U.S. Bankruptcy System & Procedures

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Recorded on: Dec. 27, 2019

GRACE E. O'HANLON: It's now my pleasure to introduce you to the co-chairs of today's program, "Nuts and Bolts of Corporate Bankruptcy," Evan Hollander and David Shemano. Evan is a partner in the New York office of Orrick, Herrington and Sutcliffe. His practice focuses on complex US and cross-border restructuring matters. David has over 25 years experience as a business bankruptcy, restructuring, and commercial litigation lawyer. Before forming Shemano ...

Market Update and Preliminary Restructuring Documentation

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2019

JOSEPH SAMET: So before I turn it over to Alice to discuss some of the highlights of the year, let me just touch on a number of the important things. And this is sort of a checklist that you'll see in front of you. When we think of the restructuring world, we need to think about it not just when a company goes into Chapter 11 or in the months before Chapter 11, we need to think about it also in the context of doing a deal, thinking about the what ...

Recent Developments in Distressed Debt, Restructurings and Workouts 2019

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From the program: Recent Developments in Distressed Debt, Restructurings and Workouts 2019

Released on: Feb. 7, 2019

Effective risk prevention practice, a volatile political environment, occasional fraud and cross border issues require businesses to preplan and limit risk, including with distressed companies. The program will cover current issues relating to structuring, drafting and enforcing the rights of creditors and parties to loans, various executory contracts and intercreditor agreements, principally in out-of-court restructurings and exchange offers. Documentation ...

Preparing for Bankruptcy Risks and Industry Issues

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2019

JOSEPH SAMET: Welcome back to all of you on the web and those here in New York. We're going to move on to the subjects that are going to be covered by David Hillman of Schulte Roth and I'm also going to introduce Steve Serajeddini of Kirkland Ellis. Steve has been designated hitter for today on a last-minute basis and we appreciate his pitching in. He advises companies, distressed investors and ad hoc committee, private equity firms, and other investors ...

The Restructuring Agreement and Sales of Distressed Assets

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2019

JOSEPH SAMET: Kyle is a partner at Paul Weiss and has participated in this program before. And he's brought experience involving the complex restructuring bankruptcy issues and he's been involved with ex pro holdings, the ad hoc group of Puerto Rico general obligation bond holders. I happened to notice today a decision on Puerto Rico bonds, which is in the papers-- Citigroup and others. And so Kyle. KYLE KIMPLER: Sure, thank you. So I think this ...

How Creditors’ Rights Drive Restructuring Outcomes

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2019

JOSEPH SAMET: The context of a restructuring or chapter 11 case, have you worked with boards or individual directors in restructurings or in chapter 11 cases? And again, show of hands. And just a couple. And what about has anybody been involved in office of director D&O litigation on either side? Show of hands. Thank you. OK. I'm going to introduce the two speakers to my left. To my far left is David Hillman. David practices at Schulte Roth and Zabel, ...

The Roles of Financial Advisors, and Corporate Governance

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Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2019

JOSEPH SAMET: Welcome back to everyone on the web and here in New York on this chilly day. Looking forward to warming your hearts with hearing about the financial aspects of restructurings from two participants who have lots of experience. Adam, who I introduced before, and Jim Lukenda, who's managing director at Huron Business Advisory. Jim and I have worked together over the years on a number of interesting restructurings, litigations, and bankruptcies. ...

Workouts and Debt Restructuring

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Recorded on: Feb. 4, 2019

SANFORD C. PRESANT: OK, no trepidation needed here. OK, now joining us on the panel are Jim Sowell and Linda Swartz. Let's do Linda first. She's closest to me. Linda is at Cadwalader, Wickersham, and Taft. She is the chair of Cadwalader's Tax Group, member of the firm's Management Committee. She's done lots of writing and speaking and has received lots of accolades for her work in M&A. Some of the biggest stuff like representing the US government ...

Opening Remarks and Introduction

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Recorded on: Jan. 31, 2019

GRACE O'HANLON: Throughout the day. It's now my pleasure to introduce you to the chairs of recent developments in distressed debt, restructurings, and workouts, Alice Eaton and Joe Samet. Alice is a partner in Paul, Weiss's bankruptcy and corporate reorganization department. She advises creditor and debtor clients in corporate reorganizations and bankruptcies with a focus on post-petition financings, exit financings, and related transactions. Joe ...

Licensing and Bankruptcy Issues in IP Transactions

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Recorded on: Jan. 10, 2019

SPEAKER 1: Great. Welcome back, everybody. So we are now at the 11:15 panel on licensing and bankruptcy issues in IP transactions. We have two speakers. Our first speaker is Debra Dandeneau, who is co-chair of Baker McKenzie's global restructuring and insolvency group and chair of its North America banking and finance group. Her practice focuses on business reorganizations and debtor and creditor rights. She's dealt with a variety of entities experiencing ...

Nuts and Bolts of Corporate Bankruptcy 2018

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From the program: Nuts and Bolts of Corporate Bankruptcy 2018

Released on: Dec. 27, 2018

Businesses in financial distress are not an unusual sight these days, and as a result, it is essential for attorneys of all levels and in all practice areas to become familiar with the fundamental tenets of bankruptcy law. Whether you are just starting out in your career, thinking about broadening your practice area to include this field, or want to be able to spot the issues when advising your clients, this program will provide you with an essential ...

Strategic Powers in Corporate Bankruptcy and Adequate Protection of Creditors’ Interests

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

DAVID: OK. Welcome, everyone, back. Hope you had a good break. We're going to our last two panels. This panel is going to be speaking about kind of the unique effect of bankruptcy on the financial operations of the Chapter 11 debt or the use and sale of property and the ability to finance the operations of the debtor. To my left is Lisa Beckerman, a partner in the restructuring group at Akin Gump. You've already met, earlier this morning, Joe Samet, ...

Corporate Bankruptcy: Assumption or Rejection of Executory Contracts and Unexpired Leases

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

EVAN C. HOLLANDER: Well, thank you, everyone. I know it's been a long day. You've all kind of slogged through. We're down to our last panel of the day. We have two great speakers. The topic is corporate bankruptcy-- assumption or rejection of executory contracts and unexpired leases. To my left is my co-chair-- you've seen him most of the day-- David Shemano. David has over 25 years experience in business bankruptcy restructuring and commercial litigation. ...

“Avoiding Powers”— Augmentation of the Estate in Corporate Bankruptcy

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

EVAN C. HOLLANDER: Good morning, everyone. Evan Hollander from Orrick, Herrington and Sutcliffe-- one of the co-chairs of today's program. I see there is a lot of hardy souls who made it back for the second day, so we all certainly appreciate that. I find it interesting that everyone's on this side of the room with the television screen as opposed to you can move over a few seats and actually see everyone live, but I guess that tells us about the ...

Corporate Bankruptcy: Plan Confirmation

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

DAVID B. SHEMANO: Well, welcome back, everyone. Hope you all had a good lunch. We are headed down to the homestretch of the program and the culmination of the bankruptcy process plan confirmation. We have some great panelists. To my left is Andrew DeNatale, who is currently a counsel at the law firm of Stroock, and he's got over 40 years of experience. He knows what he's talking about, and he's also a longtime co-chair of this program. So he definitely ...

Practice Points: How to Commence a Corporate Bankruptcy Case

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

EVAN C. HOLLANDER: So our next panel is Practice Points-- How to Commence a Corporate Bankruptcy Case. Again, for those of you who may be taking CPE credit, which requires a question to the audience, I'll just throw out-- has anyone here been involved in filing a voluntary petition in bankruptcy or involuntary petition? OK, well, we will certainly learn that in this next section. We have two very esteemed speakers coming up-- Lewis Kruger, who is ...

Chapter 11 Plan

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

EVAN C. HOLLANDER: Thank you and welcome back, everybody. Our next two panels really get to the core of a Chapter 11 case, what the Chapter 11 case is really all about. And that's the plan of reorganization and the confirmation of that plan before the Bankruptcy Court. I think it's important to remember when talking about bankruptcy or thinking about bankruptcy, while it's an activity that takes place in a courtroom and there's a lot of litigation, ...

Basic Ethical Considerations in Corporate Bankruptcy

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

DAVID SHEMANO: Welcome back, everyone. We are now going to proceed with our final panel. I guess I should ask, after two days of this, raise your hand if you know more about the corporate bankruptcy system now than when you started. All right. It's about 50-50. That's great. Before I start, let me ask the question of the day so I don't forget. Raise your hand. How many of you know how compensation for a bankruptcy trustee is determined? Does anybody ...

Reorganization (Chapter 11)

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

EVAN C. HOLLANDER: We have one more panel before for our break, so thank you again for bearing with. I know there's a lot of information to sift through. This next panel will be on that an overview of reorganization of chapter 11 process. Following the break, we'll focus on the chapter 11 plan. We have two members of this panel. First, to my immediate left, Lorraine McGowen. You met her yesterday. She spoke on a panel with me yesterday. Lorraine is ...

The Corporate Bankruptcy Estate and Claims Against the Estate

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Recorded on: Dec. 20, 2018

SPEAKER 1: Welcome back, everyone. I hope everyone had a good lunch and enjoy the free Bordeaux provided by PLI. Did everybody get that? No? OK, we roughly could start with an overview of this morning and how we're going to start focusing on a few more specific topics. This panel is going to be talking about the corporate bankruptcy estate and claims against the estate. Let me introduce our panelists. To my immediate less left is Professor David ...

Bankruptcy Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 7, 2018

SPEAKER: So let's get going here. Welcome back. We're now going to talk about IP issues and bankruptcy. So hopefully we won't need that. But if we do, we'll know who to turn to. Lillian Stenfedt is our speaker. She's a partner in the bankruptcy department at Rimon. Am I pronouncing-- LILLIAN STENFEDT: Rimon. SPEAKER: Rimon, OK, where she works on complex IP issues and bankruptcy cases and assist clients in purchasing IP assets from financially challenged ...

Bankruptcy Issues in Licensing

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Recorded on: Nov. 5, 2018

BRUCE R. EWING: All right, welcome back, everybody. We will now have our final presentation of the morning from Stuart Riback of Wilk Auslander. Stuart is a business litigator who has handled a wide range of high stakes and novel disputes in the course of his 30 year career with an emphasis on reaching practical solutions to complex business conflicts. Stuart's practice has taken him to the US Supreme Court where he argued a case that helped to define ...

Bankruptcy Appeals: What Must Be Done, When It Must Be Done and How Best to Succeed When Prosecuting or Defending a Bankruptcy Appeal

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Recorded on: Oct. 31, 2018

WILLIAM A. SMELKO: Morning and good afternoon for-- good morning and good afternoon for everyone out there and across the country, wherever you may be. Thank you for joining us for bankruptcy appeals. This is the ideal situation in the bankruptcy litigation process, and with any appellate setting, we have three things that go on. Reconsideration-- go back to the same judge who either made the mistake or didn't make the mistake and you want to make ...

Tax Strategies for Financially Troubled Businesses and Other Loss Companies

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Recorded on: Oct. 22, 2018

SPEAKER 1: Hello, everyone. We're back. We're going to talk about tax strategies for financially troubled businesses and other loss corporations. Let me introduce the panel. To my immediate left is Stuart Goldring. He oversees the bankruptcy restructuring tax practice at the law firm Weil, Gotshal, and Manges. He's co-author of the treatise Tax Planning for Troubled Corporations, which has been the leading treatise in the area for over 30 years, even ...

Negotiating Real Estate Deals 2018

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From the program: Negotiating Real Estate Deals 2018

Released on: Jun. 28, 2018

The 2017 real estate market is well behind us. The previous year closed with some leveling indicators, signaling a slowdown from the dazzling growth the market witnessed in the last few years. 2018 is presenting a more tempered pace and environment, as real estate forecasters seem to indicate. U.S. real estate appears to remain a safe bet in the eyes of domestic and international investors, but new challenges and risks are abound in this ever-changing ...


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