Financial Poise Webinars™ announces “The Nuts & Bolts of a First Day Hearing,” a live webinar premiering October 25th at 2:00 PM CST. This webinar is co-produced by West LegalEdCenter™ and part of the “The Nuts & Bolts Of Bankruptcy Law 2022” series. It will feature Ashley Jericho (McDonald Hopkins); Maria Carr (McDonald Hopkins); Benjamin Wallen (Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP) and Trinitee Green (Polsinelli LLP).
Even when a bankruptcy petition is the result of a soft-landing rather than a freefall, filing a chapter 11 petition is a disruptive event.
Even when a bankruptcy petition is the result of a soft-landing rather than a freefall, filing a chapter 11 petition is a disruptive event. To facilitate the debtor’s entry into chapter 11 with as little disruption as possible, first day motions are filed to ensure that a debtor-in-possession can minimize interruptions and continue operating its business in order to achieve its goals in chapter 11. This webinar provides an overview of the administrative and operational first day motions typically filed by chapter 11 debtors and the process for requesting a first day hearing, providing notice of the hearing, and ensuring that the hearing runs smoothly.
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