By Michael L. Temin and Martha B. Chovanes

Introduction

The relationship for  which counsel for a committee could be disqualified was addressed in the recent case of Bingham Greenbaum Doll, LLP v. Glenview Health Care Facility, Inc., 620 B.R. 582 (6th Cir. B.A.P. 2020) (“Glenview”).  In Glenview, the debtor corporation was owned by

By Michael L. Temin and Martha B. Chovanes

To give a reorganized debtor a “fresh start,” the Bankruptcy Code provides that the confirmation of a plan discharges the debtor from any debt that arose before the confirmation date.  However, if a potential claimant lacks sufficient notice of a bankruptcy proceeding, due process considerations dictate that

In a recent Fox Alert, Harriet Wallace examined the new potential for debtors and bankruptcy trustees to apply for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans in connection with operating a debtor’s business in bankruptcy under the Consolidated Appropriations Act 2021 that was signed by President Trump on December 27, 2020.

While the availability of PPP

Although enacted before the COVID-19 pandemic, the new Subchapter V of Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code seems almost prescient now and could be a game-changer for small businesses looking to restructure.  Indeed, the Subchapter V provisions became effective on February 19, 2020, not a moment too soon given that the pandemic gripped the country

In these unsettled times, Fox Rothschild has prepared a comprehensive Bankruptcy FAQ to help businesses understand their potential bankruptcy options, the notable features of the bankruptcy process, how to prepare for a bankruptcy filing, and alternatives to bankruptcy.  Items addressed in the FAQ include:

  • The differences between filing for bankruptcy under Chapter 11 versus Chapter