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Although interest rates may have peaked, we continue to expect a large volume of distressed real estate debtors to utilize the bankruptcy system over the next couple of years. This article analyzes two recent decisions regarding distressed real estate bankruptcies, both of which involve rights of real estate lenders against proceeds of collateral other than the real estate itself. One involves the right of a lender to assert a deficiency claim against proceeds of the bankrupt debtor’s insurance policy, and the other concerns whether a debtor can use the rents derived from the property that were pledged as additional collateral for the loan.
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By Michael L. Cook
When courts have made important exceptions in the past year, they have either added a gloss on the Judicial Code, corrected lawyers’ errors, filled in statutory gaps, or clarified the relevant statutory language.
By Jay Steinman and Karina Leiter
The steps outlined in this article offer a strategic guide for lenders, empowering them to navigate the complexities of loan workouts and enforcement actions with resilience and foresight.
By Francis J. Lawall and Brenden S. Dahrouge
The Third Circuit recently held in 'In re FTX Trading' that the plain text of Section 1104(c)(2) mandates the appointment of an examiner under the specified conditions set forth. As a result, the FTX decision will carry significant implications for large and medium-sized bankruptcy cases.
By Lawrence J. Kotler and Ryan Spengler
The Central District of California court held that a bankruptcy court’s administration of cannabis-related state court claims against a debtor’s estate is not a violation of the Controlled Substances Act.