The Weil Bankruptcy Blog aims to publish a substantive piece on matters of interest in the bankruptcy, ﬁnance, and restructuring world every weekday, an ambitious target that is made possible only by the dedication of our partners, associates, and support staff to the Bankruptcy Blog, and their commitment to the restructuring community at large.
With the number of bankruptcy ﬁlings in 2014 having declined approximately 12% compared to 2013, some might think that our daily publication target is no mean feat. Despite the paucity of large bankruptcy ﬁlings, 2014 was not a year to forget and still left us with plenty of topics to write about. In this Annual Review
, we’ve pulled together the major themes in the restructuring world in 2014, encapsulating them in one volume for your convenience. Our introductory 2014: Bankruptcy and Restructuring Annual Review
piece over the page gives you a month-by-month snapshot of the major legal and ﬁnancial themes in the restructuring world in 2014, to help you frame the restructuring events of 2014.
In case you missed them, the highlights of last year included major developments in credit bidding in Fisker Automotive
in January, as well as an important decision on cramdown interest rates in Momentive Performance Materials