Introduction to Restructuring Practice

An introduction to corporate restructuring practice, including how restructuring practice groups are organized, the roles of the key players, the types of restructuring transactions distressed companies may consider, and overviews of Chapter 11 cases and 363 sales.

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    Introduction to Corporate Restructuring

    An introduction to corporate restructurings, including the differences between bankruptcy and restructuring and the factors companies consider when deciding whether and how to restructure or liquidate. Also covers the key players in a corporate restructuring on the debtor and creditor sides as well as the additional players involved in a Chapter 11 case.

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    Corporate Restructuring Practice

    This course explains corporate restructuring work at a large law firm and what restructuring lawyers do. It covers the various factors that influence the type of work involved, such as in-court vs. out-of-court restructurings and creditor vs. debtor representation, and what restructuring teams look like.

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    Restructuring Options for Distressed Companies

    An explanation of the different types of restructuring transactions, including in-court and out-of-court transactions and their relative advantages and disadvantages. Covers options such as traditional Chapter 11 filings, prepacks, prenegotiated cases, 363 sales, and workouts.

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    Introduction to 363 Sales

    An introduction to 363 sales, focusing on the main differences between 363 sales, out-of-court sales, and Chapter 11 plan sales.

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    Overview of a Chapter 11 Case

    An overview of the main stages of a Chapter 11 case, including venue and liquidity runway considerations; filing and commencement; administration; the Chapter 11 plan, disclosure statement, and solicitation process; and plan confirmation and exit from Chapter 11.