Prepackaged and Prenegotiated Chapter 11 Reorganizations
Evaluating the Benefits and Risks of Pre-Bankruptcy Restructuring Plans
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This seminar will analyze the benefits and risks facing a company that is weighing whether to use a prepackaged or a prenegotiated plan for a Chapter 11 reorganization and will outline strategies for the business debtor in negotiating the plan with creditors.
- Introduction — prepacks and prenegotiated bankruptcy plans
- When each is appropriate
- Jurisdiction and venue issues
- Creditor side — benefits and risks
- Debtor side — benefits and risks
- Current market trends
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What market factors have contributed to the resurgence of prepackaged Chapter 11 plans?
- How can prenegotiated bankruptcies help lenders and borrowers?
- In what scenarios are prepacks or prenegotiated plans more or less attractive than a traditional Chapter 11 filing?
Kurt A. Mayr
Bracewell & Giuliani
He represents a wide range of parties in domestic and international insolvency/restructuring matters, including... | Read More
He represents a wide range of parties in domestic and international insolvency/restructuring matters, including creditors, debtors, acquirers and other interested parties in transactions both out-of-court and under court supervision. His practice focuses upon representing ad hoc and official creditor committees and groups in connection with Chapter 11 and ancillary proceedings.Close
Mette H. Kurth
She focuses on all aspects of financial restructuring, distressed situations, and bankruptcy issues, and uses her... | Read More
She focuses on all aspects of financial restructuring, distressed situations, and bankruptcy issues, and uses her experience to develop pragmatic and creative solutions to protect her clients' interests. She has represented a variety of creditors' committees, debtors, unsecured creditors, acquirers of bankrupt companies, and trustees both in out-of-court workouts and in federal bankruptcy cases.Close
Robert J. Dehney
Morris Nichols Arsht & Tunnell
He is the practice group leader of the Business Reorganization and Restructuring Group. He has substantial experience... | Read More
He is the practice group leader of the Business Reorganization and Restructuring Group. He has substantial experience representing debtors and creditors in bankruptcy cases and in out of court restructurings, advising boards of directors of financially troubled companies and providing advice in connection with the acquisition of and/or lending to financially troubled companies.Close
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