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Recent Developments in Distressed Debt, Restructurings and Workouts 2019

Released on: Feb. 7, 2019
Running Time: 06:16:23
Effective risk prevention practice, a volatile political environment, occasional fraud and cross border issues require businesses to preplan and limit risk, including with distressed companies. The program will cover current issues relating to structuring, drafting and enforcing the rights of creditors and parties to loans, various executory contracts and intercreditor agreements, principally in out-of-court restructurings and exchange offers. Documentation leading to a prearranged or prepackaged Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing will be explored. The program will cover issues in structured finance, sales of distressed assets in diverse industries, and valuation issues. The faculty will provide tactics to be utilized to better protect creditors, including banks, bondholders, hedge funds, and parties in interest, and to maximize values and recoveries.

Lecture Topics [Total time 06:16:23]

Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program.

  • Opening Remarks and Introduction* [00:05:10]
    Joseph Samet, Alice Belisle Eaton
  • Market Update and Preliminary Restructuring Documentation [01:36:02]
    Jacob A. Adlerstein, Joseph Samet, Adam W. Verost, Alice Belisle Eaton
  • The Roles of Financial Advisors, and Corporate Governance [01:31:43]
    James M. Lukenda, Joseph Samet, Janet M. Weiss, Adam W. Verost
  • How Creditors’ Rights Drive Restructuring Outcomes [01:00:24]
    David M. Hillman, Rick Antonoff
  • The Restructuring Agreement and Sales of Distressed Assets [01:00:59]
    Joseph Samet, Janet M. Weiss, Kyle J. Kimpler
  • Preparing for Bankruptcy Risks and Industry Issues [01:02:01]
    David M. Hillman, Steven N. Serajeddini

The purchase price of this Web Program includes the following articles from the Course Handbook available online:

  • COMPLETE COURSE HANDBOOK
  • What Corporate, Transactional and Litigation Attorneys Need to Know About Defaults, Restructurings and Bankruptcy
    Joseph Samet
  • Some More Unfinished Business About “Unfinished Business”
    Alec P. Ostrow, Joseph Samet
  • Preliminary Restructuring Documentation: Forbearance Agreements and Confidentiality Agreements
    Jacob A. Adlerstein, Sean A. Mitchell
  • The Role of the Investment Banker, Financial Advisor and Chief Restructuring Officer in Out-of-Court Restructurings
    James M. Lukenda
  • Duties of Directors and Officers and Liability Issues
    Jacob Kaplan, Janet M. Weiss, Joseph Samet
  • Syndicated Credit Facilities: Collective Lender Action
    Jacob A. Adlerstein, Sean A. Mitchell
  • Intercreditor Issues and Collective Action
    David M. Hillman, Rick Antonoff
  • Intercreditor Issues and Collective Action (PowerPoint slides)
    David M. Hillman, Rick Antonoff
  • Second Circuit Reverses District Court in Marblegate, Making It Easier to Restructure Bonds Outside of a Chapter 11 Case, Law Journal Newsletters, The Bankruptcy Strategist, Vol. 34, No. 5 (March 2017)
    David M. Hillman, Ronald B. Risdon, Minji Reem, Alan R. Glickman
  • Negotiating a Restructuring Agreement: Players and the Process in Financial Markets
    Jacob A. Adlerstein, Sean A. Mitchell
  • Lock-Up and Plan Support Agreements
    Jacob A. Adlerstein, Sean A. Mitchell
  • Exchange Offers
    Jacob A. Adlerstein, Sean A. Mitchell
  • Sales of Distressed Assets
    Sean A. Mitchell, Jacob A. Adlerstein
  • Use of Break-Up and Topping Fees in Corporate, Restructuring and Bankruptcy Asset Sales
    Joseph Samet , Janet M. Weiss
  • US Supreme Court Limits Securities Safe Harbor Protection From Bankruptcy Clawback Suits (March 1, 2018)
    David M. Hillman, William H. Gussman, Michael L. Cook
  • Fraudulent Transfers (February 2018)
    David M. Hillman, Michael L. Cook
  • Bankruptcy Litigation Update: Determining Adequate Capital, Law Journal Newsletters, The Bankruptcy Strategist, Vol. 34, No. 10 (August 2017)
    David M. Hillman, Parker J. Milender
  • Navigating the Bankruptcy Court’s Power to Modify A Secured Creditor’s Lien, Law Journal Newsletters, The Bankruptcy Strategist, Vol. 34, No. 6 (April 2017)
    David M. Hillman, James T. Bentley
  • Mediation in Bankruptcy
    Joseph Samet
  • Releases and Jevic (January 31, 2018)
    Keith H. Wofford

Presentation Material

  • Negotiating a Restructuring Agreement: Players and the Process in Financial Markets
    Jacob A. Adlerstein
  • Preliminary Restructuring Documentation
    Jacob A. Adlerstein
  • What Corporate, Transactional and Litigation Attorneys Need to Know About Defaults, Restructuring and Bankruptcy
    Joseph Samet
  • Role of Financial Advisors, CROs, and Investment Bankers in Out-of-Court Restructurings
    James M. Lukenda, Adam W. Verost
  • Intercreditor Issues and Collective Action
    Rick Antonoff, David M. Hillman
  • Lock-Up and Restructuring/Plan Support Agreements
    Kyle J. Kimpler
  • Key Issues in Chapter 11 Cases Structured Dismissals and Gifting Handout
Co-Chair(s)
Alice Belisle Eaton ~ Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
Joseph Samet ~ Baker McKenzie (Ret.)
Speaker(s)
Jacob A. Adlerstein ~ Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
Rick Antonoff ~ Blank Rome LLP
David M. Hillman ~ Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP
Kyle J. Kimpler ~ Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
James M. Lukenda ~ Managing Director, Huron Business Advisory
Steven N. Serajeddini ~ Kirkland & Ellis LLP
Adam W. Verost ~ Partner, Ducera Partners LLC
Janet M. Weiss ~ Dorsey & Whitney LLP
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