In recent years, the distressed market has trended away from in-court proceedings toward antagonistic transactions to effect balance sheet restructurings, commonly, and perhaps euphemistically, referred to as liability management transactions. Our expert panelists provided an overview of up tiering and dropdown transactions and provided a case study of notable cases/credits including Trimark, Boardriders and Revlon. This webinar was presented by Paul W. Hespel, Brett D. Jaffe, Ken Rothenberg, and J. Eric Wise, all Partners at Alston & Bird.

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The Kirschner Case: This is the End

The Supreme Court denied Kirschner's petition for certiorari, finally ending the case. As LSTA's Elliot Ganz explains, this cements that syndicated loans are not securities,…