ABIs Bankruptcy Business Acquisitions Manual is the New Authority on Chapter 11 Acquisitions
ABI’S BANKRUPTCY BUSINESS ACQUISITIONS IS THE NEW AUTHORITY ON CHAPTER 11 ACQUISITIONS
MARCH 8, 2006,
Here's a brief sample of the how-to tactics you'll find in this important work:
- How to use break-up and topping fees, reimbursement of due diligence and other bidding incentives to maximize the value of debtor's assets;
- Four ways to issue securities in bankruptcy acquisitions without incurring registration costs under the Securities Act;
- Advantages and disadvantages of using prepackaged plans to acquire or dispose of assets;
- Practice-tested procedures for giving notice of a proposed sale, conducting hearings and winning court approval of the contract of sale;
- How to handle labor and employment issues, plant closings, wage claims, benefits, collective bargaining obligations and more; and
- Techniques for purchasing substantially all of a debtor's assets without the expense of a chapter 11 reorganization.
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