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The Nuts & Bolts of DIP Financing

Show me the money! Debtors in Chapter 11 cases cannot survive without money to continue operations, pay vendors and professionals, and work to restructure debt and/or sell assets. Where do those necessary funds come from? There are really only two sources – cash the debtor has or can generate (in either case, generally the collateral of the secured lender) or new money coming into the estate in the form of a post-petition debtor-in-possession (DIP) loan. What the debtor is permitted or not permitted to do can seal the fate of a case from the outset. This webinar sheds light on the intricacies involved in DIP financing.

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Webinar Faculty

Moderator:

Joshua Gadharf
Joshua Gadharf

Josh is a member in the Business and Business Restructuring Services Departments and counsels clients on strategic alternatives in both distressed and non-distressed settings. He regularly represents public and private… Read More

Panelists:

Edward Schnitzer
Edward Schnitzer

Edward L. Schnitzer is a Partner at Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP. He represents creditor committees, creditors, litigation trustees, equity committees, and debtors, with particular expertise in bankruptcy litigation including… Read More

Erin Brady
Erin Brady

Erin Brady has nearly two decades of experience effectively resolving her clients' most complex problems with practical business solutions that don't complicate the issues. Her practice focuses on complex, time-sensitive… Read More

James Sullivan
James Sullivan

James Sullivan's primary practice focus is corporate restructuring and bankruptcy, distressed situations and complex commercial disputes. He brings a wealth of experience representing creditors' committees, corporate debtors, banks, secured and unsecured creditors,… Read More

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