American Bar Association publishes third revised version of Reorganizing Failing Businesses treatise featuring chapters co-authored by five Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Hammer LLP partners.
In August 2017, the American Bar Association published the third revised version of its widely acclaimed treatise, Reorganizing Failing Businesses featuring chapters co-authored by Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Hammer LLP attorneys.
The publication included chapters entitled, “United States Securities Laws Implications of Corporate Restructurings,” authored by Aaron L. Hammer, Etahn M. Cohen and Mark S. Melickian, and “Financing a Chapter 11 Case: Debtor-in-Possession Financing,” authored by Jonathan P. Friedland and Elizabeth B. Vandesteeg.
The treatise analyzes key situations from the perspective of the varied constituencies within a restructuring process and application of the bankruptcy code in that context. The treatise also details how bankruptcy laws interact with a variety of other legal disciplines including federal securities laws, intellectual property, antitrust, tax, health care, and environmental laws.