Michael J. Venditto, a partner at Reed Smith, writes: Utilizing the Bankruptcy Code to restructure real estate assets has always presented unique challenges for bankruptcy lawyers. When the peculiari
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In their Secured Transactions column, Alan M. Christenfeld, senior counsel at Clifford Chance, and Barbara M. Goodstein, a partner at Mayer Brown, write: The current version of the U.S. Bankruptcy Co
Proskauer Rose partner Jeffrey W. Levitan writes: The law surrounding the rights and obligations of both licensees and licensors under rejected intellectual property licenses has been uncertain for m
In their Financing column, Jeffrey B. Steiner and Jason R. Goldstein, members of DLA Piper, write that while New York bankruptcy courts have interpreted the application of the cramdown provision diff
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...River Road Hotel Partners, LLC v. Amalgamated Bank, 651 F.3d 642, 645 (7th Cir. 2011), cert. granted under the name RadLAX Gateway Hotel, LLC...
In her Distress Mergers and Acquisitions column, Jones Day partner Corinne Ball writes that while the Seventh Circuit's recent decision in River Road, which explicitly agreed with the dissent in Phil
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