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Business Restructuring Review Vol. 21 No. 4 July-August 2022

USA - August 2 2022 On June 6, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a much-awaited decision, Siegel v. Fitzgerald, No. 21-441, __. U.S. __, 2022 WL 1914098 (U.S. June 6…

Dan T. Moss, T. Daniel Reynolds (Dan), Mark G. Douglas, Heather Lennox, Dan B. Prieto

Hertz Bankruptcy Court Weighs In on Make-Whole Premiums, Solvent-Debtor Exception, and Pendency Interest

USA - April 1 2022 Perhaps surprisingly given the rarity of such cases, a handful of high-profile court rulings recently have addressed whether a solvent chapter 11…

Mark G. Douglas

The Eleventh Circuit Revisits the Doctrine of Statutory Mootness in Bankruptcy Sales

USA - January 14 2022 The finality of sales of assets in bankruptcy is an indispensable feature of U.S. bankruptcy law, designed to maximize the value of a bankruptcy…

Mark G. Douglas

Second Circuit Adopts "Control Test" for Imputation of Fraudulent Intent in Bankruptcy Avoidance Litigation

USA - November 15 2021 In yet another chapter in the tortured saga of the fallout from the failed 2007 leveraged buyout ("LBO") of media giant The Tribune Co. ("Tribune") in…

Mark G. Douglas

"Work-for-Hire" Film Production Agreement Not Executory Contract in Bankruptcy Due to Lack of Mutual Continuing Material Obligations

USA - September 23 2021 Whether a contract is "executory" such that it can be assumed, rejected, or assigned in bankruptcy is a question infrequently addressed by the circuit…

Mark G. Douglas