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Chapter 11 Plans

The Chapter 11 debtor is subject to reporting obligations which provide parties with financial and business information about the debtor.

When a seller of real property files for bankruptcy the purchaser has rights under the bankruptcy code and as an executory contract.

Subchapter V works. It saves businesses. It helps the people that own those businesses. And it is cheap and fast, at least compared to “traditional” chapter 11.

A property appraisal is useful in situations like buy/sell transactions, auctions, and liquidation sales. Learn the ins and outs, from process to pricing.

Investors may seek to purchase bankruptcy claims against a debtor as part of an investment strategy. What do they need to know before they invest?

Chapter 15 of the Bankruptcy Code deals with foreign debtors with assets in the United States. It allows for disposition of the property.

A debtor does not have to be insolvent to file for chapter 11 bankruptcy. Can its creditors pursue dismissal of a chapter 11 case?

The absolute priority rule dictates which unsecured creditors receive priority for their claims. But is it always absolute?

It Depends on the Facts Debtors often use Chapter 11 bankruptcy for litigation advantages. Whether or not they succeed depends on the facts and circumstances of the individual bankruptcy case. The following sample case helps to illustrate how a court may rule. Case Study Catherine, Jules, and Jim founded and each owned one-third of a company. The company thrived initially, but as the company grew, the owners fell out, with Catherine on one side and Jules and Jim on the other. Lawsuits were filed. Using a provision of their state-specific […]

Let’s take a look at bankruptcy from the secured creditor’s perspective (they play a large role in a distressed business situation). Read about what a secured creditor should know when a business files for bankruptcy.

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