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21st Annual Northeast Bankruptcy Conference & 9th Annual Northeast Consumer Forum

July 17 - 20, 2014Attorney: Norman L. Pernick
Cole Schotz Member, Norman Pernick will be speaking at the second in a series of presentations geared toward understanding the deal-document side of a common transaction in a chapter 11 case. The panel will focus on DIP financing agreements, specifically what is behind the representations and warranties, covenants, default provisions and remedy provisions: Do differences exist if the DIP lender is the pre-petition lender rather than a new provider of funding? Are there deal-document differences if it is a syndicated lender group rather than a single lender? Just as important is what the panel will not focus on: This is not intended to be a discussion of Section 364 and the means for obtaining approval of, or objecting to, a DIP financing motion. Rather, the presentation will be by those who understand and can explain the provisions of, the rationale behind, and the drafting and negotiation of the DIP financing agreement's provisions.

This event features top-flight CLE sessions for both Business and Consumer practitioners, and the beautiful Vermont countryside offers myriad opportunities to relax and learn in a fun-filled, family-friendly atmosphere. Network with your friends and colleagues in Stowe, Vermont!



 

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