A presentation of recent decisions of interest to the lending community, including decisions on cram down (Tribune), 1111(b) election (Murray Coal), fraudulent transfer liability (Nine West, Isaiah, Thornburg Mortgage, and Generation Resources Holding), SBRA (Blanchard), liability for ultra vires transactions (S. Inyo Healthcare District), plan exculpation (Blixseth), and corporate dischargeability (Fusion Connect).  Presented by Richard Levin, Partner, Jenner & Block LLP and Tess Virmani, Associate General Counsel and EVP of Public Policy, LSTA.

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