A Primer on Chapter 11 Reorganization Under U.S. Bankruptcy Law
Chapter 11 cases are typically complex, however the most important steps in the process may come before filing the bankruptcy petition. That is, preparing for Chapter 11—whether you are a creditor or the company needing help—is key to successfully utilizing the legal tools presented in the Bankruptcy Code. Generally speaking, lack of preparation will make emerging from Chapter 11 reorganization difficult; on the creditor side, your ability to recover or otherwise protect your position could be impacted. In this webinar, attorneys Joseph Brydges, John Finerty, and Justin Mertz will help you navigate through some of the highlights of Chapter 11 reorganization under U.S. Bankruptcy.
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