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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, Heather Lennox

Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act: Overview and the Role of P3s

European Union, United Kingdom, USA - January 14 2022 As dealmakers recover from a record-breaking 2021, we expect another busy year in 2022. While risks in the Financing market, the tightening of the…

Corinne Ball, Bruce Bennett, Alban Caillemer du Ferrage, Heather Lennox, Jeffrey A. Schlegel

U.S. Supreme Court: Mere Retention of Property Does Not Violate the Automatic Stay

USA - March 25 2021 On January 14, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court held in City of Chicago v. Fulton, 592 U.S. __ (2021), that a creditor in possession of a debtor's…

Dan T. Moss, Bruce Bennett, Christopher Dipompeo, Heather Lennox

U.S. Supreme Court: Mere Retention of Property Does Not Violate the Automatic Stay

USA - February 2 2021 Circuit courts were split on whether mere retention by a creditor of estate property violates the Bankruptcy Code's automatic stay, under 11 U.S.C. §…

Dan T. Moss, Bruce Bennett, Christopher Dipompeo, Heather Lennox, Brett J. Wierenga

Courts, Cooperation, and More: Incorporating Case-Specific Provisions in Insolvency Protocols

USA - September 5 2017 In cross-border restructuring cases, court-approved insolvency protocols are applied to facilitate communication between U.S. and foreign courts and…

Dan T. Moss