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.
Dan Cohn devotes his practice at Murtha Cullina LLP to financially distressed businesses and is recognized as one of New England's best-known counsel to troubled companies. His experience includes Chapter 11… Read More
Christopher B. Wick focuses his practice in the Creditors’ Rights, Reorganization and Bankruptcy, and Litigation Areas. He has experience representing debtors, creditors and creditors’ committees in bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings.Chris… Read More
Matt Christensen joined Angstman Johnson in 2008 as an associate attorney. Now a member of the firm, Matt has a civil litigation practice involving commercial law (finance and secured transactions),… Read More