In this podcast, Nicholas Laveris, Of Counsel of Orrick, and Amy Pasacreta, Senior Associate of Orrick, discuss the LSTA’s Form of Proceeds Letter Agreement which can be used to settle a distressed trade where the borrower is a debtor in a case under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.

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