Reorganizing Failing Businesses: A Comprehensive Review and Analysis of Financial Restructuring and Business Reorganization

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Contents

General Considerations
16-1
DEALING WITH SENIOR LENDERS
16-2
THE BANKRUPTCY ABUSE PREVENTION
16-6
Appointment of Chapter
16-11
DERIVATIVES 201
16-20
Determining When a Corporation
16-64
Appointment of Examiner 1104 536
16-70
Is Insolvent 1664
16-71
of the Estate 2130
21-30
Issues in Real Estate Partnership
21-40
AN OUTOFCOURT RESTRUCTURING
22-1
This
22-18
Conclusion 2233
22-33
THE BANKRUPTCY ABUSE PREVENTION
23-6
Obtaining Credit8 364 516
23-8
Statutory Liens and Consumer Debts 1018
23-10

The Vicinity of Insolvency 1675
16-89
UNITED STATES SECURITIES LAWS
17-1
TRANSNATIONAL RESTRUCTURINGS
17-13
Transactions 1512
17-15
Creditors and Equity Holders
17-54
Conclusion 1758
17-58
LENDER LIABILITY CONSIDERATIONS
18-1
Who May File a Chapter 11 Plan8 1121 540
18-8
or Implied Duty of Good Faith 1810
18-10
Creditors
18-24
Statutory Liability 1840
18-40
Proceedings 1354
18-56
Contents of a Chapter 11 Plan 1123 542
19-5
Fiduciary Duty As Applied to Debt
19-12
Mass TORT CHAPTER 11 CASES 141
19-14
Possible Solutions 1917
19-19
Bankruptcy Code Jurisprudence
19-30
Chapter 11 Proceedings
20-1
Automatic Stay8 362
20-8
Exceptions to the Recovery
20-13
Conclusion 1943
20-19
Eligibility for the Special Protections
20-20
OutofCourt Restructurings
21-1
Judicial Interpretations of GoodFaith
21-4
Using the Restructuring to Improve
21-9
Specialized Restructurings
21-12
DualTrack CasesFully
21-18
Adequate Protection 361 512
21-24
Property 2318
23-24
Conclusion 2349
23-49
Prepetition DisclosureSubstantive
24-6
Estimating a Debtors Mass Tort
24-14
Defined Contribution Pension Plans 2423
24-24
Antifraud Provisions of the Securities
24-34
UNITED STATES COMPETITION
25-1
PURCHASES OF FINANCIALLY TROUBLED
25-10
Arrangements with Competitors
25-13
SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING
25-15
When Chapter 11 May Be the Preferred
26-1
BANKRUPTCY JURISDICTION
26-7
Property of the Estate 113
26-10
What are Royalties? 2611
26-13
Assumption of Intellectual Property
26-19
BANKRUPTCY CRIMES 271
27-1
Section 1523False Statements 277
27-7
THE ROLES OF CREDITORS AND EQUITY
27-8
Sales in the Ordinary Course of Business 119
27-11
Section 1529Withholding
27-13
Prepetition SolicitationProcedural
27-18
U S C 157Bankruptcy Fraud 2719
27-19
The Risks
19
TABLE OF CASES TC1
37
Cramdown8 1129b 565
65
Effect of Confirmation 1141 573
73
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