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Auto-Hauler Allied Systems Holdings' Car Wreck of a Chapter 11 Case May Finally Be at an End

09/18/13

Many commentators have remarked that a “new normal” has evolved for Chapter 11 proceedings, wherein the major constituents negotiate the salient terms and exit strategy of the debtor’s restructuring prior to the filing of the bankruptcy petition, generally leading to shorter, less litigious cases. This dynamic, often evidenced by a plan support agreement, a proposed sale of assets under

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Auto-Hauler Allied Systems Holdings’ Car Wreck of a Chapter 11 Case May Finally Be at an End

09/18/13

Many commentators have remarked that a “new normal” has evolved for Chapter 11 proceedings, wherein the major constituents negotiate the salient terms and exit strategy of the debtor’s restructuring prior to the filing of the bankruptcy petition, generally leading to shorter, less litigious cases. This dynamic, often evidenced by a plan support agreement, a proposed sale of assets under Section

[more]

Auto-Hauler Allied Systems Holdings’ Car Wreck of a Chapter 11 Case May Finally Be at an End

09/18/13

Many commentators have remarked that a “new normal” has evolved for Chapter 11 proceedings, wherein the major constituents negotiate the salient terms and exit strategy of the debtor’s restructuring prior to the filing of the bankruptcy petition, generally leading to shorter, less litigious cases. This dynamic, often evidenced by a plan support agreement, a proposed sale of assets under Section

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Too Cool for School Specialty - Alternative DIP Financing Allows Educational Company to Avoid Immediate Sale

03/04/13

The School Specialty chapter 11 case began in what has become all too typical fashion. The company, overleveraged and short of cash, had no choice but to accept a lifeline extended by its second lien secured lender, a private investment fund. The terms of the debtor in possession (“DIP”) financing

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Too Cool for School Specialty – Alternative DIP Financing Allows Educational Company to Avoid Immediate Sale

03/04/13

The School Specialty chapter 11 case began in what has become all too typical fashion. The company, overleveraged and short of cash, had no choice but to accept a lifeline extended by its second lien secured lender, a private investment fund. The terms of the debtor in possession (“DIP”) financing required School Specialty to

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