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Why You Should Attend
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. 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.
What You Will Learn
• How to draft transaction documents to minimize risk and maximize recovery
• Who the distressed debt players are
• Market Update
• Corporate Governance and D&O Risks and Claims in or Near the Zone of Insolvency
• Issues regarding distressed asset sales
• Intercreditor and Creditor hot topic issues
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for inside and outside counsel, turnaround and mainstream Chapter 11 professionals and business people with at least some experience with defaults, structured finance, distressed debt, workouts, Chapter 11 cases and related litigation. It will include current cases, practice and strategies. Experienced lawyers and other restructuring professionals will benefit greatly.
Program Level: Update
Intended Audience: This program is designed for inside and outside counsel, turnaround and mainstream Chapter 11 and allied professionals. Experienced lawyers and other restructuring professionals will benefit greatly.
Prerequisites: Some experience or familiarity with defaults, structured finance, distressed debt, workouts, Chapter 11 cases and related litigation.
Advanced Preparation: None