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A Primer on the Chief Restructuring Officer (CRO)

A Brief History of the Chief Restructuring Officer The role of a Chief Restructuring Officer (“CRO”) is approximately four decades old.  While still a somewhat new role in the 1990s, CROs are now ubiquitous in the restructuring community.  Todd Zywicki, a George Mason law professor who specializes in bankruptcy law, traces the origin of the […]


The “Absolute Priority Rule” and Other “Rules” of “Priority” in Bankruptcy

Are They Really “Absolute,” Are They Really “Rules,” and Do They Always Provide “Priority” to Some Claimants Over Others? At its core, corporate bankruptcy addresses the problem of the “inadequate pie.”  While occasionally the debtor will be solvent, in most cases, the debtor will, for lack of a better term, be “bankrupt”—that is, it won’t have […]


When Your Customer Files for Bankruptcy

When a customer files for bankruptcy, vendors with claims against the debtor that arose before the commencement of the case (the “Petition Date”) can be exposed to considerable losses.  To protect themselves in the days and weeks before and after the bankruptcy filing, creditors must assess how to maximize their distribution on claims and prepare […]


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