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Small Company Bankruptcy Reform On the Horizon?

(updated on April 17, 2018) – Last month, the Senate Committee on the Judiciary’s subcommittee on Oversight, Agency Action, Federal Rights and Federal Courts held a hearing on small company bankruptcy.  Senator Ben Sasse (R. Nebraska) opened the hearing by noting that Chapter 11 is far too costly and complex for small family businesses and is in need of reform, a sentiment shared by all of the panelists.

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Primary Delayed Compensation Protocol

The Protocol applies to a “Primary Allocation” which is an allocation of new money by a syndicate desk in connection with either (i) a new issue syndication or (ii) an amendment of an existing Credit Agreement. In addition, the Protocol affects when-issued secondary trades by (i) changing what constitutes an Early Day Trade and (ii) […]