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"Temporary" Suspension of Bankruptcy Cases in the COVID-19 Crisis

USA - April 17 2020 The Situation: In the past few weeks, due to the severe impact of the COVID-19 crisis on non-essential businesses forced to close and terminate…

Dan T. Moss, Gregory M. Gordon, Jeffrey B. Ellman (Jeff), Bruce Bennett, Brad B. Erens

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, Daniel J. Merrett (Dan), T. Daniel Reynolds (Dan), Mark G. Douglas, Dan B. Prieto

Selecta Determination Provides Further Guidance on Chapter 15 and Bankruptcy Credit Events

USA - October 20 2020 The EMEA Determinations Committee's recent bankruptcy determination involving Selecta CDS provides additional insight on the types of chapter 15…

Corinne Ball, Bruce Bennett, George J. Cahill, Jayant W. Tambe

Recent Trends in Corporate Debt and Reorganizations: Laying the Groundwork for Future Large Chapter 11 Cases or Just More Runway?

USA - January 17 2022 After commercial Chapter 11 filings soared to their highest levels in more than a decade in 2020, the numbers gradually came back to Earth in the…

Dan T. Moss, Corinne Ball, Brett P. Barragate, I. Lewis H. Grimm, Kevyn D. Orr

An overview of Chapter 9 of the Bankruptcy Code: municipal debt adjustments

USA - August 16 2010 As attention shifts from the global financial crisis of 2008-2009 to the global sovereign crisis that currently is affecting much of Europe, lawmakers are scrambling to create new laws and regulations designed to stave off the next financial crisis.

Peter J. Benvenutti, David G. Heiman, Lori Sinanyan, Mark K. Sisitsky, Jayant W. Tambe