Best Practices for Navigating a Small Business Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
In early 2020 a key new revision to the Bankruptcy Code took effect which made it easier and cheaper for small buinsess debtors to file for and confirm Chapter 11 plans of reorganization. This dramatic change in the law can have a major adverse impact on lenders. This webinar will address the changes that have occurred under the law and instruct lenders how it can be used to either hurt or benefit them. It will also cover best practices to help lenders better posture themselves so as to mitigate the adverse impact of these new insolvency proceedings.
Topics of Discussion
• Overview of what's new in small business bankruptcy proceedings
• Consensual vs. non-consensual plans
• Secured creditor strategies for small business bankruptcies
• Key plan objections
Michael D. Fielding, Partner, Husch Blackwell LLP
Mr. Fielding is a partner in the Food & Agribusiness unit of Husch Blackwell LLP in Kansas City, Missouri who focuses his practice on helping lenders successfully resolve distressed commercial and agriculutral loans.
About this Webinar
This online program consists of 90 minutes of instruction and live Q&A. Each registration allows for one connection to the webinar and materials with 30-day replay access. You may have unlimited listeners on your connection by speaker phone and PC. You will receive a confirmation with your PIN, materials and logon instructions. If you do not receive a confirmation at least two days prior to the event, call 785-232-3444. You may also purchase the OnDemand recording and materials for ongoing training purposes.
Any transmission, retransmission or republishing of the audio portion of the seminar is strictly prohibited. Your registration entitles you to ONE connection at ONE physical location along with permission to make copies of seminar materials for all listeners from your institution.
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