DIP Financing

Court Tosses Life Vest to Trico Marine Services

11/18/10

Some legal commentators have lamented the extent to which lenders have been able to use debtor in possession (“DIP”) financing arrangements to gain control over an entire Chapter 11 case. DIP lenders have usually been able to justify aggressive provisions, and courts have approved them, on the basis that they may provide the only realistic chance for debtors to reorganize or sell

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Post-BAPCPA, Dairy Mart Retains its Frosty Goodness

04/29/07

Reclamation claims aren't something that practioners in smaller bankruptcy cases used to see every day. In the past, in order for reclamation to rear its head you needed a credit sale of goods to the debtor which was large enough to motivate the seller to seek immediate legal advice following a bankruptcy filing, within the short time period allowed to perfect the claim.

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Post-BAPCPA, Dairy Mart Retains its Frosty Goodness

04/29/07

Reclamation claims aren't something that practioners in smaller bankruptcy cases used to see every day. In the past, in order for reclamation to rear its head you needed a credit sale of goods to the debtor which was large enough to motivate the seller to seek immediate legal advice following a bankruptcy filing, within the short time period allowed to perfect the claim.

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