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Bankruptcy / Restructuring Edition

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CREATING VALUE THROUGH CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING: CASE STUDIES IN BANKRUPTCIES, BUYOUTS AND BREAKUPS (SECOND EDITION), John-Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2010 Abstract:      This book features twenty-four case studies and technical chapters on strategies and techniques used by financially stressed companies to restructure their liabilities, assets, and obligations to employees and other stakeholders, as well as strategies that hedge funds and other investors use to trade in the financial claims of these companies. The case studies represent some of the most complex, controversial and innovative restructurings of the ...
In the majority of cases, however, bankruptcy is initiated by the debtor (a "voluntary bankruptcy" that is filed by the insolvent individual or organization). An involuntary bankruptcy petition may not be filed against an individual consumer debtor who is not engaged in business.
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Quote Of The Day: Mission Accomplished-ish Edition | The Truth ...
We don’t need an aircraft carrier and “Mission Accomplished” banner, but isn’t it time to agree that the auto rescue has been a success? Former auto czar-let Steve Rattner picks an unfortunate choice of metaphors to celebrate the possible success of the auto bailout in an op-ed for the Washington Post . Meanwhile, the latest Treasury estimates still show a projected $24.6b loss on the bailout , so yeah, let’s hold off on that carrier-based victory party. Much self-congratulation later, Rattner finally gets to the point. Though he believes in the restructured GM and Chrysler, Rattner’s clearly ... market research, surveys and trends
The New General Motors – One Year Later | GM Authority
It’s safe to say that the years 2008 and 2009 will go down in history as some of the dimmest years in automotive history. In comparison to the sales volumes of previous years, the numbers dropped by millions units. The total freeze in credit and loans due to the financial turmoils that afflicted banks and other institutions was highly connected to this dismal epoch in car sales. General Motors, once the world’s largest automaker for 77 straight years posted a $38.7 billion dollar loss for fiscal year 2007 and was financially vulnerable. The period of time between 2008 and 2009, boys and girls, is what we enthusiasts ... market research, surveys and trends

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FACTBOX - Details of Chrysler bankruptcy, restructuring plan | Reuters
Unsold vehicles are seen sitting on the lot of a Chrysler dealership in Grosse Pointe, Michigan in this April 2, 2009 file photo. Credit: Reuters/Rebecca Cook Reuters - The Obama administration summarized its plan for Chrysler's Chapter 11 bankruptcy and Chrysler's alliance with Fiat SpA as follows: BANKRUPTCY * Chrysler will use Section 363 of the federal bankruptcy code to "clear away the remaining impediments" to its restructuring. * New Chrysler will buy all assets of old Chrysler out of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case in exchange for a $2 billion payment to secured lenders. * New Chrysler will create an ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
For G.M., a Step Toward Bankruptcy and a New Start - NYTimes.com
into bankruptcy protection on Monday, making a risky bet that by temporarily nationalizing the onetime icon of American capitalism, he can save at least a diminished automaker that is competitive. The bankruptcy is a moment of reckoning for an industry that was once at the heart of the American economy. The process began early Monday with a bankruptcy filing by a G.M. affiliate, a dealership in New York City, which described the automaker as “a debtor in possession under Chapter 11.” The move by a New York affiliate will enable G.M. itself to file its own bankruptcy petition in New York. It was expected to do so ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Marketplace Intelligence: Insolvency & Restructuring
We identify 424 expert insolvency and restructuring lawyers across 44 jurisdictions. Some of the leaders are highlighted here. International Leaders Who’s Who Legal’s 2010 insolvency and restructuring law firm of the year, Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP delivers another convincing performance in this year’s research, placing seven lawyers from offices throughout the US and Europe in the upper echelons of our rankings. Foremost among these names is the “superb” Marcia Goldstein, recipient of our lawyer of the year award in this discipline and head of the firm’s business finance and restructuring ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Collier on Bankruptcyо, Sixteenth Edition
transactions, debt restructuring and bankruptcy, with an emphasis on agricultural financing ..... Collier Pamphlet Edition Pub. #00221, ISBN 9781422429365 ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
BANKRUPTCY RESTRUCTURING MODEL ASSIGNMENT FINAL REPORT
This report presents the results of the Bankruptcy Restructuring Model (BRM) ... bankruptcy restructuring model that has the following characteristics: ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Bankruptcy: Chapter 12 Reorganization
Chapter 12 was added to the Bankruptcy Code in 1986. It is designed specifically for the reorganization of family farms. Chapter 12 is closely modeled after Chapter 13 (Chapter 13 is designed for wage earners; however, it has a higher debt ceiling, and therefore applies to many more farm operations). Eligibility – Chapter 12 is only available to persons who meet the definition of "family farmer" set forth in the statute. A family farmer may either be an individual or a corporation or partnership. Individual – There are several tests which must be met in order to qualify as a family farmer. According to ...
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Is it a bad thing to file bankruptcy? - Yahoo! Answers
Not necessarily, I think Trump filed bankruptcy 3 or so times before getting rich. Businesses have two different types of bankruptcy, 1's for asset liquidation (sell everything they own and dissolve business) and the others for business restructuring (which can hurt investors share in the corporation, but help the company prosper over the long run. Sign in to vote! 0 Rating: Good Answer 0 Rating: Bad Answer Report Abuse Answerer 2 It's not a "bad " thing, but you better take it seriously. Bankruptcy is there to protect people from creditors when there is no other reasonable path forward. And the laws have ...
How many times has donald trump declared bankruptcy? - Yahoo! Answers
By 1990, the effects of recession left Trump unable to meet loan payments. Trump financed the construction of his third casino, the $1 billion Taj Mahal, primarily with high-interest junk bonds. That put him at a disadvantage with competitors who used more of their own money to finance their projects, industry experts have said. Things were so bleak for Trump at this time that in the August 21, 1990 edition of the Jersey Record, columnist Mike Kelly wrote "If we still had debtors' prisons, Trump would be in the dungeon." Kelly added that "Donald Trump is a Third World Nation." Although he shored up his businesses with ...