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Secured creditors and debtor-in-possession (DIP) lenders that rely on standard carve-out provisions to limit the impact of bankruptcy professional fees on their collateral would be well-advised to take notice of a U.S. Bankruptcy Court decision from earlier this year. Judge Christopher S. Sontchi of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware (the Court) issued an opinion in In re Molycorp, Inc. (Case No. 15-11357) on Jan. 5, 2017 that serves as both a cautionary tale and an instruction manual.
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By Gerard S. Catalanello and Kimberly J. Kodis
The impact of the pandemic rages on and, in its path leaves many businesses and industries demolished or, at best, severely impaired. Once again, the Bankruptcy Code has been called upon to provide relief to those in dire need
By David S. Kupetz
Companies suffering financial distress frequently reach a crossroads where they need to either implement some type of transaction or will be forced to liquidate. In developing a plan for moving forward, management should evaluate and determine, with appropriate input from outside experts, feasible alternatives.
By Joshua Denbeaux, Lee M. Perlman and Heidi Spivak
As in past times of economic turmoil, it is anticipated that there will be a surge in residential foreclosures, debt collection activity, and the resultant wave of consumer bankruptcy filings.
By Tinamarie Feil
The number one goal to save money while perfecting notice should be elimination of the production and mailing of paper notices while expediting notice delivery and eliminating postage costs.