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On Demand

Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Rebuilding in the Pandemic Era

1h 31m

Created on April 20, 2020



This program, taught by Bill Smelko, Of Counsel at Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch and a Lecturer in Bankruptcy Procedure & Bankruptcy Law at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, will provide attorneys with the information and tools they need to advise businesses and individuals who are considering bankruptcy due to COVID-related financial hardships. The course will begin by discussing the resources available to avoid financial troubles, the legal strategies involved in minimizing financial troubles during the pandemic, and the strategies that will help people and businesses emerging from the pandemic financially intact. 

This program will benefit lawyers, accountants, and business executives affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Counsel clients in the "sandwich" position of being a debtor to some and a creditor to others
  2. Protecting business operations from cash and credit crises
  3. Assess what executives and counselors need to know about Chapter 11 planning, preparation, and performance
  4. Advise clients on emerging successfully from financial distress after the world rights itself 

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