The Journal of Corporate Renewal
Section 363 Sales In Bankruptcy—Alternative Bidding Strategies
The value of a debtor’s bankruptcy estate can be maximized through a sale of the business and assets through a plan of reorganization or a sale under Section 363 of the Bankruptcy Code.
A Case Study: Ending Exclusivity in Bankruptcy—Is the Game Worth the Candle?
Should a court end exclusivity in a chapter 11 case to enable market forces to maximize the value of an asset if such termination produces a corresponding dramatic increase in administrative cost?
The Ten Commandments of Managing Employees During a Turnaround
"Ask not what you can do for your employees, but what your employees can do for you" is sound advice for anyone involved in a turnaround project where people are employed.
Structuring an Acquisition: Avoidance of Hart-Scott-Rodino Liability
All parties to an acquisition must examine Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust issues prior to completing an acquisition. The penalties for failing to comply with H-S-R can be severe. Any person who is a party to an acquisition should approach dealing with H-S-R with caution.
Recent Developments in Canadian Reorganizations and Insolvencies
Major new changes have been enacted by the Canadian Parliament to Canada’s two insolvency regimes. Canadian Courts are expressly encouraged to make orders and grant relief that will facilitate the coordination of insolvency proceedings with courts in other countries including the United States.