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American Bankruptcy Institute: Northeast Conference

“Sub Rosa Plans”: Their Impact in, and Provision of a Potential Alternate Exit Strategy from, Chapter 11

Jul
15
2016

Date: July 15, 2016

Time: 9:30AM - 10:45AM

Location: Omni Mount Washington Resort, Bretton Woods, N.H.

Adrienne Walker will be moderating a panel entitled “Sub Rosa Plans”: Their Impact in, and Provision of a Potential Alternate Exit Strategy from, Chapter 11, at American Bankruptcy Institute: Northeast Conference. 

This program will explore the boundaries of the sub rosa plan doctrine in a variety of contexts potentially arising in chapter 11 cases. The focus will be on efforts to resolve the relationship of the debtor to all or many of its creditor constituencies and equity-holders that arguably deviate from the priority and procedural schemes of the Bankruptcy Code. Included among the areas examined will be (1) secured creditor/acquirer carve-out and/or gifting agreements, (2) structured dismissals following § 363 sales, (3) settlements of significant or global controversies, (4) lock-up and plan-support agreements, and (5) significant distribution or settlement arrangements made in the context of DIP financing or asset sales made jointly with nondebtor parties.

Adrienne K. Walker, Moderator

Mintz.; Boston

Panelists:

Christopher M. Candon

Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green PA; Manchester, N.H.

Hon. Edward A. Godoy

U.S. Bankruptcy Court (D. P.R.); San Juan

William R. Moorman, Jr.

Partridge Snow & Hahn LLP; Boston

 

Speakers

Professional Cropped Walker Adrienne Mintz

Adrienne K. Walker

Moderator

Adrienne K. Walker is a restructuring and commercial finance attorney at Mintz. Adrienne uses her bankruptcy litigation experience to advance creditors' rights and represent debtholders in Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcies. She handles bankruptcy matters and workouts in state and federal courts.