An examination of successor liability in the post-bankruptcy context
- Do Fully Funded Section 503(b)(9) Priority Claims Count as Additional New Value to Reduce Preference Liability? A Contrary View! Nathan, Bruce // Business Credit;Ju/Aug2010, Vol. 112 Issue 7, p16
The article explores the implication of a fully funded Section 503(b)(9) priority claim to debtors and creditors in the U.S. It indicates that Section 503(b)(9) priority claims can add new value and can reduce preference liability. It also discusses the elements of a preference claim based on...
- Half a loaf. Sanders, Bob // New Hampshire Business Review;7/16/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 14, p6
The article reports on the slow pace of bankruptcy protection filed in New Hampshire for June 2010.
- Even better. SANDERS, BOB // New Hampshire Business Review;8/12/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 17, p6
The article reports on the declination of bankruptcy filing in New Hampshire by 26% in July 2011.
- San Bernardino Will Defer Bond Payments. // Bond Buyer;7/26/2012, Vol. 381 Issue 33754, p2
The article informs on the bankruptcy application filed by the city council of San Bernardino, California.
- Looking better. Sanders, Bob // New Hampshire Business Review;12/16/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 26, p4
The article reports on the decline of bankruptcy filings in New Hampshire from 5,143 in 2010 to 4,397 in 2011.
- Why bother with a voluntary corporate dissolution?: The answer: Claims. Amos, Paul D.; Roberts, Kristine // Tennessee Bar Journal;Jan2006, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p32
The article presents information on the Tennessee Business Corp. Act related to voluntary corporate dissolution in Tennessee. In Tennessee, the voluntary dissolution process consists of a two-stage filing scheme. While in dissolution, the corporation is prohibited from engaging in any new types...
- Deepening Insolvency. Mintz, Benjamin; Rosenblat, Heath D. // Secured Lender;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p48
The article presents information about the deepening insolvency doctrine. Deepening insolvency allows a bankrupt entity or its representative or creditors to recover damages from those who misinterpreted the entity's financial condition. Some courts consider the doctrine as more than a means of...
- How to elude bankruptcy preference claims. Henderson, Michael J. // Business Credit;Mar1995, Vol. 97 Issue 3, p12
Discusses how a creditor can avoid bankruptcy preference claims. Planning the timing further debt collection efforts; Negating the benefit of partial payments or new collateral; Perfecting security interests obtained; Maintaining good relationship with the debtor.
- Getting paid now and in full--in bankruptcy: The Necessity Doctrine in action. Blakeley, Scott; Weilemann, Bill // Business Credit;Oct97, Vol. 99 Issue 9, p8
Discusses the impact of Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings on vendors. Long delays which vendors suffer before receiving payment on their prepetition unsecured claims; Recourse which vendors can take; Information on the bankruptcy Code and the Necessity Doctrine.