This webinar examines the tax responsibilities of a debtor, as well as the types of tax claims and what requirements must be met for a taxing authority to have a secured, priority, or administrative claim in a bankruptcy case. This webinar also explores how taxable income becomes part of the debtor’s estate during the pendency of the bankruptcy proceeding, and how that income is taxed.
This webinar series focuses on how issues involving intellectual property, employment and labor, tax law, and environmental law are treated through the prism of bankruptcy.
This webinar focuses on understanding how to represent an asset purchaser in a bankruptcy proceeding, and addresses best practices for advanced reorganization practitioners and advisors.
This webinar focuses on understanding these concepts and addressing best practices for advanced reorganization practitioners and advisors.
This webinar addresses the tensions between bankruptcy and environmental law, and examines how bankruptcy law deals with property contamination issues, the sale or abandonment of contaminated property, successor liability, environmental cleanup claims, and dischargeability of governmental claims.
This webinar examines some of the key issues involving the interaction between a debtor and its secured creditors both before and after the filing of a bankruptcy
This webinar addresses the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, employee wage and claim issues that are often triggered by the filing for bankruptcy protection, as well as the special treatment provided by the Bankruptcy Code for collective bargaining agreements and retiree health care benefits.
This webinar addresses the ramifications of the failure of a debtor to comply with the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN).
Corporate transactions are fraught with complicated legal, business, and financial issues. And transactions in the context of a bankruptcy proceeding often adds a further layer of complexity. Whether representing an […]
Environmental laws, propounded in order to hold polluters liable for remediation, are often in conflict with bankruptcy laws’ general principles