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Bankruptcy Roundtable: Workouts, Turnarounds and Chapter 11 Highlights

March 28, 2019

Join us on Tuesday, April 16 for an engaging presentation designed for bankers, creditors, landlords and business owners.

Discussion Topics Include:

  • Workouts and Forbearance Agreements
    • Use of Forbearance Agreements to Correct Loan Document Deficiencies and Obtain Claim Waivers
    • Adding Collateral to Secure Loans
    • Updated Personal Financial Statements in Anticipation of Non-Dischargeability
    • Notarized Signatures to Avoid Fraud Claims
  • Turnaround Tips and Expense Reduction
    • Cash Flow is King
    • Managing the Reductions While Positively Impacting Your Business
    • Effectively Enhancing the Culture
  • Chapter 11 Highlights
    • The Automatic Stay
    • Cash Collateral
    • Cram Down in a Plan of Reorganization
  • The Role of a Financial Advisor in Chapter 11
    • Managing the Chapter 11 Process
    • Assisting the Company to Handle the Pressures
    • Streamline for Success – Quick Positive Exit is Key!

Event Details

DATE
Tuesday, April 16, 2019

AGENDA
8:00 AM – 8:30 AM 
Registration/Networking
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM
Program

LOCATION
Shulman Rogers
12505 Park Potomac Avenue, 6th Floor
Potomac, MD 20854

Speakers

Robert Katz, EisnerAmper

Robert Katz is a Managing Director in EisnerAmper’s Financial Advisory Services. With over 25 years of experience, Robert works with public and private middle-market companies, both in and out of bankruptcy, who are facing operational or financial challenges to create and execute the strategy needed to restructure or improve operating performance.

Michael Lichtenstein, Shulman Rogers

Michael Lichtenstein chairs Shulman Rogers’ Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Creditors’ Rights Group. Creditors, financial institutions and debtors in need of assistance with bankruptcy and commercial litigation turn to Michael because of his successful record of debt restructuring and recovery of distressed loans. He represents companies across a wide range of industries in large Chapter 11 proceedings with debts ranging from $25 to $400 million.