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Equitable Subordination and Recharacterization of Loans: Avoiding Pitfalls for Lenders, Creditors and PE Sponsors

Navigating Differing Court Standards in Bringing or Defending Bankruptcy Preference Actions

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Trust Indenture Act and Involuntary Restructurings: Impact of Marblegate and Caesars Bankruptcy Litigation

Navigating Obligor and Bondholder Rights, Implications for the 144A-for-Life Market

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Recent Bankruptcy Law Webinars

Environmental Obligations in Bankruptcy: Reconciling the Conflicting Goals of Bankruptcy and Environmental Laws

Addressing Pre- vs. Post-Petition Claims, Enforcement Actions, Statutory Super Liens, Asset Sales, Abandonment and More

Conducted on March 21, 2017

Prepackaged and Prenegotiated Chapter 11 Reorganizations: Debtor and Creditor Strategies

Negotiating Restructuring Support Agreements; Navigating Valuation, Credit Bidding and More

Conducted on March 7, 2017

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