Join us on Friday, April 20 for a panel discussion on the Supreme Court’s opinion in Jevic and the limited the options available to effectuate settlements, particularly over the objection of impacted parties. Ted Gavin (Gavin/Solmonese LLC) will moderate a panel of speakers including Dan Dooley (MorrisAnderson), Hon. Kevin Gross (D. Del.); Eve Karasik (Levene, Neale, Bender, Yoo & Brill, LLP), and Jeff Pomerantz (Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones) who will discuss creative approaches to implementing settlements and disposing of cases, with a special focus on cases where objecting parties are seeking to prevent settlement.
Life After Jevic: An End to Priority-Skipping Distributions?
A number of recent bankruptcy court decisions have begun to extend the reach of the Supreme Court's decisio...
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