Chapter 11 cases involving healthcare providers involves issues that simply do not exist on chapter 11s of other entities. First, public health and safety issues are at issue in a way that generally is not the case with other debtors. There is, consequently, a large state and federal non-bankruptcy law regulatory overlay in such cases to make sure that the care of patients remains paramount. Also helping to effect this is that courts recognize the “duty of obedience” owed by the leadership of a healthcare provider. As a practical matter, the stakeholders with whom a healthcare provider debtor must consider, and deal with, are often much broader than in other Chapter 11 cases. These are some of the issues this webinar addresses.
Thad Wilson is a partner in the Atlanta office of King & Spalding and a member of the firm’s Financial Restructuring practice. Thad has represented a broad spectrum of clients in… Read More
Brian is a Senior Manager in Grant Thornton’s Strategic Solutions advisory practice located in Charlotte, North Carolina. Brian has served in the capacity of an advisor to company management as… Read More
Marshall Glade, CPA, is a senior managing director with over 14 years of experience advising clients ranging from small startups to fortune 500. Since joining GlassRatner, Marshall has worked in… Read More