BCLP Global Restructuring & Insolvency Developments

Global Restructuring & Insolvency Developments


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  • Thu
    Los Angeles, California

    San Francisco Partner Meryl Macklin and Los Angeles Partner Sharon Weiss and Counsel Rosario Vizzie hosted a webinar Dec. 7 on the litigation bankruptcy and fraudulent conveyance issues in M&A deals.

    For a copy of the full presentation, contact Sharon.weiss@bryancave.com.

  • Tue
    3:00 amChicago, Illinois

    Chicago Partner Jason DeJonker will speak at the Commercial Bankruptcy Law Program, which will be held Nov. 14.  DeJonker will take part in a panel discussion, “WARN and Chapter 11,” in which participants will hear an examination of the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act and its impact in Chapter 11.  Additional topics will include WARN Act requirements and exceptions, best practices, and the treatment of WARN claims. The program will take place at the Chicago Bar Association from 3:00 – 6:00 p.m.

    As a member of Bryan Cave’s Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors’ Rights Group and Financial Services Client Service Group, DeJonker represents private equity and hedge fund investors, financial institutions, Fortune 500 corporations, and bankruptcy trustees throughout the United States in bankruptcy and creditors’ rights matters. DeJonker has more than 15 years of experience in the lender and borrower-side loan workouts and in Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, with specific emphasis on troubled borrower restructuring and forbearance, commercial foreclosure and creditors’ rights, DIP and exit finance, and the Chapter 11 plan confirmation process.

    For more information about the program, please click here.


  • Sun
    Washington, DC

    Kansas City Partner Mark Stingley will moderate the Judge’s Roundtable at the 2017 Annual Spring Meeting of the American Bankruptcy Institute, April 21-23 in Washington, D.C.

    The four-day meeting will offer panels on developing a business plan, valuations, limits of clawback actions, ethical issues regarding the use of media, mediation in cross-border insolvencies, malpractice risks and legal updates, among many other topics. Stingley will moderate the “Judges’ Hot Topics” panel on April 23. The program also will offer several networking opportunities for attendees.

    Stingley is the global head of Bryan Cave’s Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors’ Rights Client Service Group. He represents lending institutions in litigation and insolvency matters as well as debtors in workout and bankruptcy-related matters. In addition, he has represented a number of commercial and lending clients in real estate and commercial litigation cases in both state and federal courts in a number of jurisdictions. Stingley is a fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy and co-chairman of the Eighth Circuit Fellows Education Committee.

    For more information or to register, click here.

  • Thu
    New Orleans
    • Chicago Partner Jason DeJonker will speak April 6 on the panel "What Every Business Lawyer Should Know about Bankruptcy Process.”
    • Santa Monica Partner Sharon Weiss will speak April 8 at the Business Bankruptcy Brunch. The brunch program will discuss unexpected ways that the automatic stay can create unexpected liability to different constituents of a bankruptcy case.
    • L.A. Partner Nicole Simonian will speak April 8 as a panelist in the program “Lawyering in a Global World: Clearing Legal and Cultural Hurdles,” sponsored by the Business Law Section’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee.

    Click here for more information.

  • Sat
    Miami, Florida

    Chicago Partner Jason DeJonker will speak April 1 at the 2017 Corporate Counsel Conference & Moot Court Competition of the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA). His CLE session, “You Can Run but You Can’t Hide: Asset Tracing and Asset Recovery around the World,” is part of the conference’s International/Cross Border Legal Issues Track.

    Click here to read more.

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