The Journal of Corporate Renewal
Auto Industry Changes Threaten Delicately Balanced System
One thing remains constant in all automotive insolvencies and reorganizations—production is, and will always remain, king of the automotive universe.
OEMs Battle Back Against Threats Posed by Distressed Suppliers
Absent statutory change, the manner in which customers adapt to distressed suppliers is unlikely to change dramatically, but nuances to approach will continue to develop.
Auto Workouts Are Getting Uglier
It may only be by blowing up the industry that it can be saved and rebuilt on a more profitable model.
Hair of the Dog:A Sober Perspective on Automotive Workouts
The Detroit automotive industry is a finely tuned intimidation machine—probably the best-built vehicle in town.
The Continuing Saga of Clear Channel: Alternatives to Section 363 Sales
This article discusses alternatives that might be used to enable the sale of property free and clear of liens in light of the Clear Channel ruling, focusing on U.S. Bankruptcy Code Section 363(f)(1) and state receivership law.
Using Decision Matrices to Resolve Complex Issues
By using decision criteria to reach appropriate conclusions, the risk of an entity successfully claiming that an inappropriate decision was made is reduced.