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Recent Stimulus Changes to the Bankruptcy Code

July 21, 12:00 PM EST

Learn about the changes to the Bankruptcy Code driven by the recent Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021!

This session addresses the impact(s) that stimulus has had on Preferences and its related defenses, Small Business Debtor Provisions, PPP Loans and Commercial Leases. This highly informative session delivers the relevant changes to the practical aspects of the bankruptcy code and the direct impact on the credit practitioner. 

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About the Presenters

Bruce Nathan

With more than 35 years of experience in the bankruptcy and insolvency field, Bruce is a recognized leader nationwide in trade creditor rights and the representation of trade creditors in bankruptcy and other legal matters. He 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 filed. Bruce also handles letters of credit, guarantees, security, consignment, bailment, tolling, and other agreements and legal credit issues for the credit departments of institutional clients.

Eric Chafetz

Eric is a trusted advisor to creditors’ committees and individual trade creditors, debtors, and plan/liquidating trustees involved in complex Chapter 11 bankruptcies throughout the United States. He advises clients across a wide range of industries on all aspects of the Chapter 11 process, from pre-filing negotiation and preparation of first day pleadings, including financing and sale documents; through the drafting and negotiation of plans of reorganization and all related ancillary documentation. Eric also has a strong track record in bankruptcy-related litigation, including investigating and prosecuting actions against officers, directors, and lenders, as well as in prosecuting and defending preference/fraudulent transfer actions.

Michael Papandrea

Michael provides counsel to debtors, creditors’ committees, individual creditors, liquidating trustees, and other interested parties with respect to corporate bankruptcy and creditors’ rights matters, including bankruptcy-related litigation. He is appreciated for his innate ability to effectively apply and communicate his understanding of the law and general business principles with respect to complex issues, both while providing advice to clients and while aggressively advocating on their behalf. Michael works tirelessly to understand clients’ needs and provide practical solutions that are reasonable, balanced, and favorable to the clients he serves. Michael takes pride in his commitment to the community and provides pro bono representation to individuals and a nonprofit organization regarding bankruptcy and foreclosure-related matters.