Delaware Bankruptcy Court Rules that Bankruptcy Blocking Right in Debtor’s Corporate Charter Violates Federal Public Policy | Jones Day

Courts sometimes disagree over whether provisions in a borrower's organizational documents designed to prevent the borrower from filing for bankruptcy are enforceable as a matter of federal public policy or…

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FERC v. Bankruptcy Court Turf War Update | Jones Day

On June 22, 2020, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ("FERC") issued an order concluding that FERC and the U.S. bankruptcy courts have concurrent jurisdiction to review and address the disposition…

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Have You Thought About … What Happens When You’re Commercial Tenant Files for Bankruptcy? | Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck

The realities of a COVID-19-impacted economy have seen more and more businesses closing their doors. For landlords with commercial tenants, that means the possibility of facing multiple tenants going through…

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