When a business becomes financially troubled, the business owner often experiences denial, paralysis, or both. Lenders commonly lose confidence and then trust in the business, as communications tend to break down, deadlines are missed, and promises are broken. Small business owners commonly have issued personal guarantees, so business failure can often lead to personal financial stress. The good news is the business and business owner usually has some options, and even some leverage. This webinar explains what a business owner should- and should not- consider and do when dealing with financial trouble. Specific topics include discussion of bankruptcy (Chapters 7 and 11); assignments for the benefit of creditors; and friendly foreclosures. This webinar provides the business owner and her advisors with an overview of various restructuring and liquidation methods, a framework for how to decide between them, and practical tips for traversing the difficult environment that is financial distress.
Whitney Fogelberg is a restructuring associate in Kirkland's Chicago office. Whitney represents both debtor and creditor clients in complex Chapter 11 reorganizations; advises purchasers and sellers in bankruptcy transactions and… Read More
Jim leverages more than 15 years of experience in working with underperforming and distressed large and middle-market companies to help navigate a company’s most challenging situations. Jim’s clients benefit from… Read More
Jonathan Friedland, a senior partner with Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Helsinger, LLP, views his job simply: to make money for clients whenever possible and to protect their interests at every… Read More