Environmental Considerations & Bankruptcy: Hot topics for Landlords, Tenants, Secured Lenders, and Equipment Lessors CLE Presentation at Cole Schotz New Jersey Office

January 17, 2019Attorneys: Gerard M. Giordano and Catherine E. Bostock
Environmental and bankruptcy law collide in commercial Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases creating unique issues for secured lenders, landlords, non-debtor tenants and equipment lessors. In this program, we will explore a variety of environmental issues in bankruptcy cases, including prepetition and post-petition environmental incidents, claims for remediation and potential exposure for interested parties. The program is designed for junior to mid-level practitioners, as well as corporate counsel, with exposure and experience in either the environmental or bankruptcy areas.

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