Collier Business Workout Guide
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This timely and very practical guide shows you how to plan, carry out and complete an effective out-of-court restructuring or "workout." Leading you step by step through the legal, business and procedural details, it answers your questions on the pros and cons of negotiating a workout as opposed to filing for bankruptcy. Fully explains the complexities of exchange offers and prepackaged plans and analyzes such essential matters as directors' liability, lender's concerns, and taxation in the workout framework. Includes provisions revised or added pursuant to the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005, Pub. L. No. 109-8 (2005).
You'll find expert guidance through various workout procedures, including:
• Negotiating with creditors on behalf of shareholders
• Handling sales of claims against, or assets of, the troubled company
• Minimizing personal liability of directors
• Complying with legal requirements of various types of exchange offers
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Table of contents
Table of Content
Chapter 1: Overview of Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code
Chapter 2: Initiating the Workout
Chapter 3: The Board of Directors in aWorkout
Chapter 4: Representing the Lender
Chapter 5: Exchange Offers
Chapter 6: Prepackaged Bankruptcies
Chapter 7: Investing in a Troubled Company
Chapter 8: Tax Aspects of Workouts
Chapter 9: Preparing for Chapter 11