Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 06, 2012
DailyDAC, LLC, is proud to announce that it has joined forces with West LegalEdcenter, Buyouts Magazine, peHub, Venture Capital Journal and Thomson Reuters West, to produce a three-part webinar series, Restructuring, Insolvency & Distressed Investing For 2012, according to DailyDAC Director, Kathleen Parker.
The first session, “Strategic Alternatives for Distressed Businesses,” will take place on January 31st, and will focus on the pros and cons of Chapter 11 and discuss the other options available to deal with distress, such as exchange offers, composition agreements, assignments for the benefit of creditors, and friendly foreclosure.
The second session, “Everything the General Counsel Should Know about Chapter 11 Bankruptcy,” will take place on February 29, 2011, and will help focus on what in-house attorneys need to know in order to deal with the financial distress of their company or of a supplier, customer, or competitor.
The third session, “How to Buy a Distressed Business,” will discuss best practices for buying broken businesses, the legal mechanisms available to do so, and ways to sources such deals.
The panels for these webinars include: C.J. Burger (Summit Investment Management); Richard Carmody (Adams and Reese); Jonathan Friedland (Levenfeld Pearlstein); William Henrich (Getzler Henrich); Melissa Kibler Knoll (Mesirow Financial); David Lorry (Versa Capital Management); Rick Mikels (Mintz Levin); Hamid Rafatjoo (Venable); Tom Salerno (Squire, Sanders & Dempsey); James H.M. Sprayregen (Kirkland & Ellis); and J. Scott Victor (SSG Capital Advisors) (Philadelphia). "These luminaries," said Parker, "are among the most accomplished and active Chapter 11 bankruptcy professionals in the world."
For more information on how to register, click here.
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