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Showdown in Spokane

Showdown in Spokane: The Spokane Country Club Bankruptcy Case

The Spokane Country Club bankruptcy case (SCC, the club, or the debtor) is an interesting study. The bankruptcy process was used to disrupt the collection efforts of plaintiff creditors who had been awarded a judgment and to negate the club’s significant policy changes that had been stipulated in a state court proceeding. The club was […]


What to Consider When Selling a Bankruptcy Claim

What to Consider When Selling a Bankruptcy Claim

Why Sell a Bankruptcy Claim? Imagine this: One of your customers sends you a notice stating it has filed for chapter 7 or chapter 11 bankruptcy protection rather than the payment for goods or services provided that you were expecting. In technical terms, you now have a “claim” against the “debtor,” but you aren’t sure […]


Introduction to Bankruptcy Claims Trading Part 2 Sale of a Claim

An Introduction to Bankruptcy Claims Trading Part 2: Sale of a Claim

New to the bankruptcy claims trading marketplace? Take a close look at documenting the purchase and sale of a bankruptcy claim.


Bankruptcy claims trading

An Introduction to Bankruptcy Claims Trading

A Primer on the Bankruptcy Claims Marketplace Upon the filing of a bankruptcy petition by a debtor in a U.S. chapter 11 proceeding, any attempts to collect debt by a creditor are halted. As a result, creditors face the daunting prospects of either waiting out the debtor’s bankruptcy case—not knowing when, how much, or even […]


Economic and Stock Market Data

Stock Market Pundits & Economic Data: What Conclusions Can We Draw on the Distressed Asset Space?

What Distressed Asset Investors Can Glean from Low Interest Rates, Rising Asset Prices and Insolvency on the Horizon DailyDAC readers know that we try to confine ourselves to publishing “evergreen” thought leadership—general education for business owners and investors about business bankruptcy, its alternatives, and related subjects. There isn’t a stark line between the news of […]


How to read a balance sheet

Finding Truth in a Debtor’s Balance Sheet: Analyzing Assets, Liabilities and Equity

How to Read a Balance Sheet Beyond Surface Level A balance sheet provides a snapshot of a company’s financial condition as of a specific date by presenting three components: assets, liabilities and equity.  While a balance sheet may help its user to evaluate a company for stability, investment potential, and creditworthiness, it should not be […]


Meridian Sunrise Village distressed private equity

Meridian Sunrise Village: Risks of Loan-to-Own Strategy

Considerations for Distressed Private Equity   You are a PE fund manager. Your fund employs a loan-to-own strategy (also referred to as distressed private equity) to effect take-overs of target companies. You are accustomed to exerting powerful leverage in chapter 11 cases, particularly when you buy enough claims to confirm a plan or to block […]


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Investing in Bankruptcy Claims as a Cash Investment

Investing in bankruptcy claims can be very profitable or can result in a significant, or even total, loss. Bankruptcy claims are a creditor’s right to payment from a debtor. A bankruptcy claim can be secured by the debtor’s property or can be unsecured. Claims are classified in chapter 11 plans of reorganization according to their […]


What Happens in the BVI, Doesn’t Stay In The BVI – Clawbacks of Fraudulent Transfers

How Far Can the Trustee Reach? It is common practice that trustees will seek to recover or “clawback” fraudulent transfers made prior to the commencement of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case. But what happens when all transfers by the debtor were fraudulent? And how far can the trustee reach to recover a transfer? Let’s look […]


Unsecured Creditors Prevail Against the UCC-1

In the realm of lending, the perfected Uniform Commercial Code-1 (“UCC-1”) is the hallmark of security.  If a secured asset has value, and the liens are valid, what other issues are there to consider?  Well, in at least one instance, underlying intercompany notes were the issue.  And because of the nature of these notes, the […]


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