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About Michael P. Richman

Michael P. Richman

Michael is a partner in the Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors’ Rights practice group of Hunton & Williams LLP, based in their New York office. With more than 30 years of legal experience, he is experienced in all aspects of chapter 11 bankruptcy practice. Michael has earned a reputation as one of the nation’s leading bankruptcy courtroom advocates. He also served for the American Bankruptcy Institute (“ABI”) as President (2004-05), director (1996-2008) and chairman of the board (2006-07). At present Michael serves as Co-Chair of the Section 363 subcommittee of the ABI Commission to Study the Reform of Chapter 11, Vice Chair of the ABI’s National Ethics Task Force, and as an advisory board member of the ABI’s New York City, Georgetown Views from the Bench, and VALCON conference programs.

Articles by Michael P. Richman

When Your Borrower Files for Bankruptcy (DIP Financing, Cash Collateral, and Adequate Protection)

What you need to know as a secured lender to a borrower who goes into bankruptcy you should know already, well in advance. If your borrower’s bankruptcy filing has taken you by surprise, please refer to my next article in this series, in which I will discuss the tactics and strategies in the contested case […]