Financially distressed foreign companies are taking advantage of a less well known Chapter of the Bankruptcy Code, Chapter 15, as part of their restructuring efforts.
This webinar is designed to demystify Bankruptcy Code Chapter 15's complexities, discussing how Chapter 15 works, what Chapter 15 filings are being used to accomplish, and practical advice for trade creditors when a foreign debtor files a Chapter 15 case.
There will also be a discussion of multinational debtors that file foreign insolvency proceedings abroad, how these proceedings interact with related Chapter 11 and 15 cases filed in the United States, and how trade creditors should be responding to these cases.
Bruce S. Nathan
Bruce S. Nathan, Member in the firm's Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors' Rights Group, has approximately 30 years experience in the bankruptcy and insolvency field, and is a recognized national expert on trade creditor rights and the representation of trade creditors in bankruptcy and other legal matters. Mr. Nathan has represented trade and other unsecured creditors, unsecured creditors' committees, secured creditors, and other interested parties in many of the larger Chapter 11 cases that have been fi led. Mr. Nathan also negotiates and prepares letters of credit, guarantees, security, consignment, bailment, tolling, and other agreements for the credit departments of institutional clients.
Mr. Nathan also regularly speaks at conferences held by the National Association of Credit Management, its international affiliate, An Association of Executives in Finance, Credit and International Business ("FCIB"), Credit Research Foundation ("CRF"), and many credit groups on bankruptcy, insolvency, and creditor's rights issues; is a member of NACM's Editorial Advisory Board, a regular contributor to NACM's Business Credit, a contributing editor of NACM's Manual of Credit and Commercial Laws, and co-author of The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005: An Overhaul of U.S. Bankruptcy Law, published by NACM; and has contributed to CRF's Journal, The Credit and Financial Management Review.
- University of Pennsylvania School of Law (J.D., 1980)
- Wharton School of Finance and Business (M.B.A., 1980)
- University of Rochester (B.A., 1976), Phi Beta Kappa