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Out-of-Court Restructuring Transactions: What’s Old Is New Again after Marblegate

USA - January 23 2017 The recent decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in Marblegate has provided some relief from the significant...

Keith A. Simon, David A. Hammerman, Annemarie V. Reilly, Mitchell A. Seider, Casey T. Fleck.

New Treasury regulations make it easier to issue tack-on bonds or loans but new FATCA regulations add complexity

USA - October 6 2015 On September 12, 2012, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued final regulations (the Final Regulations) which make it easier to issue fungible...

Ana G. O’Brien, Kirk A. Davenport II, Y. Bora Bozkurt, Jiyeon Lee-Lim.

The last days of disco ops

USA - March 11 2014 Consider this scenario: Staying Alive, Inc., a publicly traded clothing company based in South Beach, Florida, is planning to offer additional shares...

Jessica R. Munitz, Kirk A. Davenport II, Alexander F. Cohen, Joel H. Trotter.

Compliance deadline approaches for leveraged lending Final Guidance

USA - May 13 2013 Prompted by concerns about increasing leveraged lending volumes since 2009 and deterioration of prudent underwriting practices, the Office of the...

Ellen L. Marks, Alan W. Avery, Gitanjali P. Faleiro, Melissa S. Alwang.

The bought deal Bible: a user’s guide to bought deals and block trades

USA - March 15 2012 It’s Monday morning and you’ve been told that your favorite seasoned issuer is planning a bought deal that is scheduled to launch after the close of trading on Wednesday....

Brandon J. Bortner, Kirk A. Davenport II, Alexander F. Cohen, Dana G. Fleischman, Joel H. Trotter.