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61 minutes
Impact of COVID-19 on Valuation: Views from the Bench, Investors and Advisors
While COVID-19 has led to a substantial increase in the number of bankruptcy filings, its impact on valuation issues in the context of chapter 11 cases is less clear. Employing their differing perspectives, the panelists will explore how the uncertainty created by COVID-19 has affected the analysis of issues like plan feasibility, cost of capital, the pricing of risk, and the application of valuation methodologies in chapter 11 proceedings, with a particular emphasis on retail cases.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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70 minutes
Lender-on-Lender Violence and Its Impact on Valuation Controversies
Up-tier exchanges, covenant-stripping and removal of collateral from secured lenders' reach have been in vogue for some time, going back to the Marblegate district court opinion and its reversal on appeal. The immense number of capital-chasing deals that have occurred since have continued this trend, and that obviously affects valuation, especially in litigated cases. This panel will explore the key issues involved, and how valuation plays a role in how disputes are resolved.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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53 minutes
Out-of-Home Entertainment: Ready for Take-Off, or Ready to Disappoint?
It's no secret that large-chain entertainment companies such as theaters and theme parks have been suffering through the pandemic. This panel will discuss restructuring options, hurdles and prospects for a broad array of these entities. The panelists will also discuss and debate the dynamics related to the fact that company projections and capital markets have priced in substantial recoveries for these entities in the second half of 2021.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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65 minutes
Circuit and District Court Splits on Important Bankruptcy Issues with Bill Rochelle
Join Bill Rochelle as he hosts a panel of bankruptcy judges to discuss circuit splits on important bankruptcy issues. This panel will feature a fun game-show format where judges will vote to resolve the issues before they reach the U.S. Supreme Court.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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62 minutes
Liquidity Crisis! Dealing with the Cash-Starved Chapter 11 Debtor Prior to and Through Chapter 11
Before the DIP-financing or cash-collateral negotiation begins, there are a number of ways you can help your cash-strapped debtor raise cash. This session will share valuable tips for what you can do before reaching out to your client's lender, and how you can help fund a debtor from the first call until a sale or plan confirmation.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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58 minutes
Industry Spotlight: Dealing with the Insolvent or Near-Insolvent Hotel Debtor — Debtor and Creditor Perspectives, Actions and Opportunities
The hotel and hospitality industry has been massacred by the pandemic. How can the Bankruptcy Code, chapter 11 and subchapter V help the industry restructure and survive? This panel will provide analysis and perspective.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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58 minutes
Current Liability Management Issues
This panel will discuss out-of-court loan-priming issues such as Serta and Transocean, among others.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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59 minutes
Cautionary Tales in Asset Sales
This panel will discuss the most cautionary of tales in the asset sales realm, most notably Neiman Marcus (collusion), and regulatory and ownership issues that arise in asset sales that can lead to litigation.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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96 minutes
Navigating Conflicts in M&A Transactions
The program will cover recent developments in navigating the actual and potential conflicts of interest that often surface in M&A transactions when dealing with significant stockholders, boards of directors, senior executives, and investment bankers.

American Bar Association

$115

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