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Bankruptcy Code 503(b)(9)

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Demystifying Administrative Expenses in Bankruptcy

Priority Claims in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy   Bankruptcy professionals, other business professionals, and trade vendors would be reluctant to provide services or otherwise extend credit on an unsecured basis to an insolvent entity like a bankruptcy debtor, unless their claims to payment were somehow ensured. In addressing this predicament, Congress provided that holders of unsecured […]


What to Do In the Event of a Customer Bankruptcy

You Still Have Options In the Event of a Customer Bankruptcy When a customer files for bankruptcy, vendors with debts owed by the customer/debtor that arose before the commencement of the case (the “Petition Date”) can be exposed to considerable losses. Once the case is filed, the vendor becomes a creditor with a claim against […]


Being Proactive: Steps a Supplier Can Take in the Face of Potential Customer Bankruptcy

The impending bankruptcy of a retailer is one of the most stressful experiences that a supplier may face. The supplier is confronted not only with the potential loss of a major customer, but also with the possibility of significant financial losses on account of unpaid accounts receivable. A supplier often finds itself scrambling to mitigate […]


When Are Goods “Received by the Debtor” for a Section 503(b)(9) Claim?

Two important decisions by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and the Delaware Bankruptcy Court shed light on goods in receipt of debtors in Section 503(b)(9) claims.


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