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Restructuring & Insolvency Newsletter October 2018

USA - October 15 2018 Welcome to the October 2018 issue of the R&I Alert, the newsletter produced by Reed Smith's Restructuring & Insolvency Group.......

Christopher A. Lynch, Reginald Sainvil, Meghan A. Byrnes, David A Kazlow, Christopher O. Rivas, Peter S. Clark, II, Jared S. Roach, Lauren S. Zabel.

Commercial Restructuring & Bankruptcy Alert: October, 2016, Issue 3

USA - October 13 2016 A vendor may reclaim goods sold on credit to an insolvent debtor that has filed for bankruptcy. However, New York Bankruptcy Courts have consistently...

Christopher A. Lynch, Lloyd A. Lim, Christopher O. Rivas, Peter S. Clark, II, Jennifer P. Knox, Derek J. Baker, Jared S. Roach, Alison Wickizer Toepp, Lauren S. Zabel, Sarah K. Kam.

Commercial restructuring & bankruptcy alert (vol. IV, no. 3)

USA - November 25 2013 Most of us are familiar with the concept that liens generally pass through a bankruptcy. But what happens to the secured creditor’s claim if the...

Peter S. Clark, II, Jeanne S. Lofgren, Joseph D. Filloy, Luke E. Debevec, Alison Wickizer Toepp.

Exit lenders liable for conversion where distributions contravene credit agreement

USA - June 12 2013 A group of lenders participated in a syndicated loan. When the borrowers filed for bankruptcy, the lenders were forced to buy certain of the...

Seventh Circuit rules rejection of executory trademark license does not terminate the license, creates a split of authority

USA - June 12 2013 In a matter of first impression in the Seventh Circuit, the court held that a chapter 7 trustee’s rejection of an executory contract did not terminate...