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Nuts and Bolts of 363 Motion

Many, if not most, Chapter 11 cases result in one or more sale of estate assets outside of the ordinary course. And each such sale requires the debtor to obtain court approval before consummating such a sale. Many chapter 11 debtors, in fact, wind up selling substantially all of their assets as a going concern to a third party after obtaining court approval to do through the court’s approval of a 363 motion. This webinar explains what a 363 motion needs to include, the procedural requirements a debtor must satisfy to persuade a court to approve it, and the arguments that objecting parties may make in opposition. Importantly, this webinar puts a 363 motion into proper context relative to a Chapter 11 bankruptcy case as a whole.

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Ashley Jericho
Ashley Jericho

Ashley is an associate in the Strategic Advisory and Restructuring Department at McDonald Hopkins LLC. She has over 10 years of insolvency experience, including representing consumer and business debtors, creditors… Read More


David K. Bowsher
David K. Bowsher

David Bowsher is a partner at Balch & Bingham who advises on oil and gas acquisitions and financing, mergers and acquisitions, and bankruptcy matters. His oil and gas practice centers… Read More

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Tom Salerno

Thomas Salerno is a member of the financial restructuring practice at Stinson Leonard Street. He has been involved in restructurings in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Switzerland and… Read More

William Hackney
William Hackney

Clients often come to Bill in the midst of a potential financial calamity. Whether the call comes from company management or one of the dozens of financial institutions he represents,… Read More

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