Business Law Training: Everything Must Go!: Sales of Assets in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Cases
Financially troubled companies often turn to bankruptcy court for help in converting assets to cash through a bankruptcy sale, creating opportunities for buyers who know how to navigate the peculiarities of the bankruptcy sale process.
Please join bankruptcy attorney Christopher Combest and business law attorney Ryan Haas for a webinar discussing asset sales in chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. The program will consider the following topics:
- How these sales are structured within a bankruptcy proceeding
- Documentation needed on both the corporate M&A and bankruptcy sides of the process
- Involvement of the bankruptcy court
- Unique protections against liability available to buyers out of bankruptcy sales
Attendees will learn how these sales mirror ordinary acquisitions outside of bankruptcy and how they are also very different – often involving continued marketing by the seller and an auction sale, even after the parties have signed a purchase agreement. Chris and Ryan will explain how these differences create opportunities and pitfalls for savvy buyers.
Who Should Attend:
This session is designed for in-house counsel and business professionals. Quarles reserves the right to limit or restrict attendance to the program. There is no charge to attend this webinar, but advance registration is required.
Continuing Legal Education:
After the program, Quarles will apply for 1.0 hours of general continuing legal education credit for Quarles attorneys and their clients in U.S. jurisdictions where applicable. Quarles certifies that this activity has been approved for California MCLE credits by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.0 general credits. Quarles is a State Bar of California MCLE approved provider.
Participants seeking CLE credit must be logged in, participating from their own device, and must complete the electronic CLE form provided in the course dashboard materials. Please be sure to include the attendance verification code that will be announced during the presentation, regardless of which jurisdiction you are licensed in. Quarles will only provide CLE credit to those who return the form with the proper code.
Anticipated Continuing Legal Education Processing Time:
Depending on jurisdiction, the processing time for course approval is estimated to take between 2-16 weeks.
For more information and to register, please contact Alexa Curto, email@example.com.