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Bankruptcy, Insolvency, and Restructuring Legal News

Bankruptcy and restructuring is a highly regulated area of law. Given today’s business environment, companies are often faced with situations in which they must reorganize and restructure their finances in order to survive. In the competitive business market, companies need expert legal advice and analysis of existing regulations, statutes and judicial precedent when making decisions about the future of companies. When companies go bankrupt, there is a lot of information to process and factors to consider, and the Department of Justice oversees the companies dismantling and the distribution of assets to creditors to ensure the law is not violated.  The National Law Review publishes updates on this process and the resulting and relevant litigation.

The National Law Review has this area of law covered with the latest legislation, legal news, and stories, from multinational corporations, international organizations on down to small, local businesses, who need expert legal analysis on bankruptcy processes. Because there are many tax-law implications in this area, it is an area of law which is highly regulated. In addition to the latest news on companies which are filing for bankruptcy or restructuring their organization, the National Law Review details the complexities of filing in bankruptcy court, business reorganization, what companies have to prove when filing for bankruptcy, and different cases which are pending at the federal court level.

The site also covers the latest information and news on creditors’ rights in litigation, their ability to collect, and laws which protect companies filing for bankruptcy, trying to avoid paying debts owed to their creditors. News coverage and stories online include Chapter 11 proceedings, Chapter 13 filing, litigation at the federal level, distressed acquisitions and sales, foreclosures on businesses, workout practices, and liquidations.

Visitors to the site will also read about international cross-border insolvency claims, global restructuring laws, cases involving multinational companies, and international laws which regulate the field of bankruptcy. Among the countries which are covered, outside the US, includes Europe, Asia, and Australia. Visitors to NLR will always find the latest case law, litigation, pending legislation, and stories, in the area of bankruptcy and reorganization law.

Date Title Organization
27
Apr
Tips From a Bank Attorney to Defaulted Borrowers on Working With A Bank Workout Officer Poyner Spruill LLP
27
Apr
Insolvency Exclusion Bars Coverage for Madoff Related Suit Goldberg Segalla LLP
26
Mar
Receivers at the Crossroads: Fees May Be at Risk in Bankruptcy Cases Much Shelist, P.C.
22
Mar
Statutes of Repose Do Not Shorten Bankruptcy Trustee’s Period to Pursue Legal Malpractice Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP
19
Mar
Landlords' Rights: Protecting Your Financial Interests When a Tenant Files for Bankruptcy Much Shelist, P.C.
28
Feb
Navigating the Distressed M&A Market: A Primer for Middle-Market Businesses Much Shelist, P.C.
31
Dec
Managers Can be Individually Liable for Unpaid Wages Despite Appointment of a Trustee Ryley Carlock & Applewhite, A Professional Corporation
31
Dec
Using Forbearance Agreements Michael Best & Friedrich LLP
30
Nov
Japanese Companies Using New Rehabilitation ADR Procedures in Major Restructurings Bingham McCutchen LLP
27
Nov
New York’s International Banks Obtain Relief as Second Circuit Restricts Ability of Creditors to Use Maritime Rule B to Attach Electronic Fund Transfers Bingham McCutchen LLP
11
Sep
United States Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument In Travelers Appeal Of Manville Related Liability Clark Hill PLC
30
Aug
General Growth Properties and the Boundaries of Bankruptcy Remoteness Bingham McCutchen LLP
27
Aug
Little Errors Equals Big Losses with Deeds of Trust Poyner Spruill LLP
24
Aug
Gone In 60 Seconds – When Dealerships Go Bad, What’s Their Lender To Do? Sills Cummis & Gross P.C.
5
Aug
Considerations for Troubled Borrowers Approaching Loan Workouts Clark & Trevithick
5
Aug
Early Risk Assessment Reduces Receivable Problems Clark & Trevithick
4
Aug
Proofs of Claim: Hot Topics and Filer Beware! Poyner Spruill LLP
1
Aug
Free Money for Trade Creditors: How to Exercise Your Rights and Get Paid Under Section 503(b)(9) Poyner Spruill LLP
31
Jul
Abstention as an Alternative: Bankruptcy Court Is Not Always the Best Place to Be Much Shelist, P.C.
20
Jul
Equitable Receivership as an Alternative to Bankruptcy Fairfield and Woods P.C.

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