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Leveraging Bankruptcy Preference Defenses: Trade Creditor Payments, Earmarking, Critical Vendors, Claim Waivers, Set-Offs

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Structuring Forbearance Agreements and Strengthening Lender Collateral Position

Drafting Waivers of Existing Default, Borrower Reps and Warranties, Confirmation of Liens, Ratification of Obligations

Thursday, August 10, 2017

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Retail Bankruptcies: Key Issues for Debtors, Landlords and Vendors

Assumption and Rejection of Leases; Treatment of Gift Cards, Consignment Rights and Going out of Business Sales

Conducted on June 15, 2017

Fraudulent Transfer Claw-Back Litigation Post Tribune, Lyondell and SemGroup

Litigating Avoidance Actions Under the Bankruptcy Code and State Law Constructive Fraudulent Transfer Statutes

Conducted on June 1, 2017

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