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BKY Cases and Plans

Administering a Case


October 24, 2016

Dealing With Distress For Fun & Profit – Installment #13 – The Priority Scheme of Bankruptcy

By George Kuney and Jonathan Friedland


August 1, 2016

Dealing With Distress For Fun & Profit – Installment #12 – Stay Relief Strategy?

By George Kuney and Jonathan Friedland


July 12, 2016

Transparency Is Key


  • by Tricia L. Schwallier
  • Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Hammer LLP
  • 30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 3000 Chicago, Illinois 60602
  • 312-704-2175
  • Tschwallier@sugarfgh.com

August 21, 2014

KUNEY'S CORNER The Many Fates of Intercreditor Agreements: Ignored in a Cramdown, Or Enforced Because Well-Drafted and Not Contrary to Bankruptcy Policy, or What?

George W. Kuney
University of Tennessee
College of Law
Knoxville, Tennessee
(865) 974-2500
gkuney@utk.edu


August 6, 2014

RECOMMENDED READING: What Can a Creditors Committee Do? Prevent the DIP Lender From Making Off With Assets That Could Help Pay Unsecured Creditors

The Editorial Staff of Commercial Bankruptcy Litigation


July 15, 2014

RECOMMENDED READING: On a Failed Attempt to Leave Billions of Environmental and Pension Liabilities in Moribund Old Corp, while Splitting off the Best of Old Corp Into a New Entity

From the Editorial Staff of Commercial Bankruptcy Litigation


June 10, 2014

RECOMMENDED READING: PACA Claims in Bankruptcy

From the Editorial Staff of Commercial Bankruptcy Litigation


April 24, 2013

When Your IP Licensor Files for Bankruptcy

  • Jonathan Guy
  • Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
  • Washington, District of Columbia
  • (202) 339-8519
  • jguy@orrick.com

April 24, 2013

When Your Tenant Files for Bankruptcy

  • Paul R. Hage
  • Jaffe Raitt Heuer & Weiss, P.C.
  • Southfield, Michigan
  • (248) 351-3000
  • phage@jaffelaw.com

This blog entry provides a basic overview for issues facing a landlord of commercial real property when its tenant becomes a debtor, by starting a bankruptcy case under chapter 11 of the United State Code (the “Bankruptcy Code”). A given case may present other or additional issues (and timelines), due to the nature of the case or orders of the bankruptcy court.