January 22, 2018
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Second Circuit Endorses Market Interest Rate for Cramdown Plan in Momentive

Lawrence V. GelberAdam C. Harris, David M. Hillman and Lucy F. Kweskin.


January 8, 2018
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To Tell The Truth; The Importance Of Full And Frank Disclosure To Preserving The Attorney-Client Privilege

Patrick Fitzmaurice
Troutman Sanders


December 4, 2017
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Third-Party Litigation Funding and Issues It Creates In Bankruptcy Cases - This Ain't Your Father’s Contingency Fee Arrangement!

Thomas J. Salerno, Esq.
STINSON LEONARD STREET, LLP


November 12, 2017
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Fraudulent Transfer Remedies – How Much is Enough?

Laura Davis Jones
Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP


October 23, 2017
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Unsecured Creditors Prevail Against the UCC-1

Allen D. Wilen, CPA/CFF, CFA, CIRA, CTP, EisnerAmper LLP
William Pederson, CPA/ABV/CFF, CIRA/CDBV, CFE, EisnerAmper LLP


October 9, 2017
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What’s the Difference Anyway? Oil and Gas Business Valuation Differentiated

Adam M. Ortega[1]
Principal, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP


October 2, 2017
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Split Ninth Circuit Refines Cramdown Valuation Rule

Michael L. Cook, Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP[1]


August 28, 2017
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Battling Bankrupt Bargains – A Non-Debtor Perspective on Executory Contracts

David S. Lorry of Versa Capital Management, LLC
Robert S. Brady, Esq. of Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP[1]


mong the most powerful and best known tools the Bankruptcy Code provides a debtor is the ability to reject burdensome contracts or to assume (and potentially assign) valuable contracts. From the perspective of non-debtor counterparties to such contracts, it may seem that the Bankruptcy Code stacks the deck against them. The well-publicized spike in retail bankruptcy cases has highlighted the treatment of leases of non-residential real property (i.e., store leases).


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