Chapter 11 Is a Chaotic Process
The following case studies illustrate some diverse business problems which M+M attorneys have solved, often working as a team with in-house or outside forwarding counsel.
Results are highly dependent on the facts of each unique case; thus past results do not guarantee success in future files.
In prior articles we have described Chapter 11 as a chaotic dynamic process in which small changes in facts and timing can lead to dramatically different outcomes, in which bankruptcy judges have discretion to reach more than one “right” answer, and in which
settlements are used to reduce risk.
Whether the business problems are litigation or transactional, M+M solutions are often creative and aggressive. Our battles are usually used as a platform to cut deals.
- High Tech Startup v. Goliath
- Creditor Committee Recovers Bank Group Preferences
- Swiss Administrator Sued for $100+ Million for Fraudulent Conveyance of European Assets
- Chapter 11 Plan Protects IP Data
- Securitizing Intellectual Property
- Structuring International Loans to Minimize U.S. Bankruptcy Risk
- New Business Acquisition and Expansion
- Due Diligence In Structuring A New Business Venture