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Dealing with Corporate Distress 10: All About “Claims” Outside Bankruptcy

A Series on the ABCs of ABCs, when it comes to claims there’s a plethora of them. From secured, to unsecured, to bankruptcy, and trade. Read all the basics in this installment of Dealing with Corporate Distress. This Installment expands on the complexity of claims and claim priority in bankruptcy.


Assignee Unknown The Curious Cases of SmartLabs, Shine Bathroom Technologies, Liftopia, GlassPoint, SolarReserve, Maker Media & Toymail

Assignee Unknown: The Curious Cases of SmartLabs, Shine Bathroom Technologies, Liftopia, GlassPoint, SolarReserve, Maker Media, & Toymail

A curious mystery unraveled. Learn about the significant aspects of an Assignment for the Benefit of creditors, and why knowing the Assignee is important.


You Sued and Won. Now What How to Enforce a Judgment in Illinois and Turn It Into Cash

You Sued and Won. Now What? How to Enforce a Judgment in Illinois and Turn It Into Cash

You just won a hard-fought trial and obtained a money judgment against a corporate defendant. But how do you go about enforcing a judgement? You may need a collection lawyer to navigate difficult judgment debtors.


Important Issues and Developments When Filing a Proof of Claim

Are you filing a proof of claim in a chapter 11 bankruptcy case? There are many risks and issues to be cautious of as a creditor filing a proof of claim.


An “Oldie,” But a Goodie Recommended Reading On the Subject of ABCs

An “Oldie,” But a Goodie: Recommended Reading On the Subject of ABCs

What are your options when handling your distressed business? Pursing an Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors is one of your options. The DailyDAC Editors offer reading recommendations to fill you in on the ABC process.


There Ought to Be a Law, and There Is: When the Insolvent LLC’s Manager Distributes Cash But Does Not Pay Creditors

The borrower is an LLC managed by a greedy principal member. The borrower slowly pays the secured creditor and unsecured creditors over years and its business becomes insolvent. The insolvent LLC makes cash distributions to its members, but not to the secured creditors. Is there a law against this sort of behavior?


Calculating Legal Rate

What Constitutes the “Legal Rate” in a Solvent Debtor Bankruptcy Case?

Defining the Legal Rate in a Solvent Debtor Bankruptcy Using Contract Rate and States’ Statutory Rates of Interest Chapter 11 bankruptcies generally find the debtor to be insolvent, but not always. Occasionally, a debtor will emerge from the bankruptcy process as a solvent entity, and in those situations, Bankruptcy Code §726(a)(5) may entitle creditors of […]


Legacies of the Jevic Case: Structured Dismissals Five Years after the Fall

Legacies of the Jevic Case: Structured Dismissals Five Years after the Fall

The Jevic case upheld the absolute priority rule, but it did not prohibit structured dismissals. How are structured dismissals affected post-Jevic?


All About Claims in Bankruptcy

Dealing with Corporate Distress 09: All About “Claims” in Bankruptcy

A Series on the ABCs of ABCs, when it comes to claims there’s a plethora of them. From secured, to unsecured, to bankruptcy, and trade. Read all the basics in this installment of Dealing with Corporate Distress.


A chess pawn topples another one, symbolizing the replacing of a debtor's management with a chapter 11 trustee

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Replacing a Debtor’s Management with a Chapter 11 Trustee

A creditor may seek appointment of a chapter 11 trustee in replacement of the debtor in possession, but there are special considerations to make first.


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