Recent Developments (Nov 17 2020)

A presentation of recent decisions of interest to the lending community, including decisions on the dissenting bondholder rights (Cleveland Unlimited), critical vendors (Windstream), cram down (Murray Coal and Green Pharms.), settlement payment safe harbor (Greektown Holdings), and attorney employment and compensation (Stewart and Miller). Replay done by Elliot Ganz, General Counsel & Co-Head, Public Policy, LSTA and Richard Levin, Partner, Jenner & Block.

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